The Chicago Bulls secured a 3-1 series lead by gutting out a stunning triple-overtime victory against the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday.
After being leveled by a Gerald Wallace screen in the fourth quarter, Nate Robinson erupted, scoring 23 points in the final period and bringing the Bulls back from a double-digit deficit.
After Robinson and Joe Johnson traded clutch shots in the final seconds of the first overtime, the Bulls and Nets headed to another...and then another.
Nearly four hours later, the Bulls emerged victorious.
Eight players logged at least 48 minutes in the marathon affair, and Kirk Hinrich played an absolutely insane 60 minutes.
Robinson, who played a paltry 29 minutes, led all scorers with 34 points on the day.
Brooklyn's back is now firmly planted against the wall, as it's going to be extremely difficult to recover from such a devastating loss.
Bulls 142, Nets 134—Final Score