Nate Robinson Calls Steve Novak His ‘Favorite Player In The Whole Wide World

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If you missed it over the weekend, Steve Novak ethered Nate Robinson after the Bulls guard decided to use his “Discount Double Check” celebration during a game. So, “Little Nathan,” as Novak called him, returned the favor last night during a post-game interview after the Bulls blew out the Hawks.

This might be the silliest NBA beef we’ve ever encountered, especially when you consider that Novak and Robinson are throwing shots over a celebration THAT NEITHER OF THEM INVENTED! We still can’t help but wonder: Who’s gonna walk away with the belt here?

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