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07:29 PM ET 12.19 | Nate Robinson has played relatively well for the Chicago Bulls this season, but that might not be enough to save his job. The Bulls need to trim some salary to get under the luxury tax by the end of the season, and Robinson has a non-guaranteed contract. If Robinson is released before January 10, his salary can be removed from the Bulls' payroll. Chicago is also reportedly shopping Rip Hamilton in an attempt to take back less salary.

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December 19, 2012  07:39 PM ET

Seriously? He's the best PG they got right now. Get rid of Hinrich first.

December 19, 2012  08:05 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Seriously? He's the best PG they got right now. Get rid of Hinrich first.

Two short to defend!!! very good offensive player!

December 19, 2012  10:33 PM ET

hes brings good energy.

December 20, 2012  06:37 AM ET
QUOTE(#2):

Two short to defend!!! very good offensive player!

This whole Bulls team is and has been defensive minded.


Noah Boozer Deng Gibson


Someone can step in and help him out when needed.

 
December 20, 2012  05:06 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Seriously? He's the best PG they got right now. Get rid of Hinrich first.

Hinrich has a two year garuanteed contract that no one wants to pick up in a trade. Robinson has a one year contract that won't be garuanteed for a month.

The only way that Hinrich goes is if he's amnestied......and I don't see that happening.....


But yeah......Robinson is their best PG right now.

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