2013 NBA Playoffs: Four Players with the Most Heart

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May 6, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Chicago Bulls point guard Nate Robinson (2) and teammate Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah (13) defend against Miami Heat point guard Norris Cole (30) during the first half in game one of the second round of the 2013 NBA Playoffs at American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

As the 2013 NBA playoffs continue to go by, we’re getting closer and closer to a champion. For some, this may be terrifying, but for others, it’s a very good thing. Teams like the Warriors, Grizzlies, Pacers, and the Bulls are underdogs, but are nevertheless in the series and none have been swept. It’s been pretty incredible so far and we’re set for a very long rest of the postseason.

The Bulls may have been obliterated by the Heat in Game 2, but they did their job to win one road game in the first two, come away with a split, and steal home-court advantage. So did every other road team, but I focus on them because they’re the team with the most heart in the NBA right now, especially playing without their MVP. The Warriors have as much heart as magic, but which players on these teams are actually the center of everything?

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Topics: Chicago Bulls, Chris Anderson, Golden State Warriors, Kevin Durant, Miami Heat, Nate Robinson, Oklahoma City Thunder, Stephen Curry

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