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Nathaniel Cornelius Robinson (born May 31, 1984) is an American professional basketball player who last played for Guaros de Lara of the Liga Profesional de Baloncesto
Liga Profesional de Baloncesto
(LPB). Born in Seattle, Robinson played college basketball for the University of Washington[1] in Seattle
Seattle
and was the 21st pick in the 2005 NBA draft. The 5'9" point guard has also played for the New York Knicks, Boston Celtics, Oklahoma City Thunder, Golden State Warriors, Chicago Bulls, and Denver Nuggets.[2][3] Robinson is the NBA's first three-time slam dunk champion.[4]

Contents

1 High school career 2 College career 3 Professional career

3.1 New York Knicks
New York Knicks
(2005–2010)

3.1.1 2005–06 3.1.2 2006–07 3.1.3 2007–08 3.1.4 2008–09 3.1.5 2009–10

3.2 Boston Celtics
Boston Celtics
(2010–2011) 3.3 Oklahoma City Thunder
Oklahoma City Thunder
(2011) 3.4 Golden State Warriors
Golden State Warriors
(2012) 3.5 Chicago Bulls
Chicago Bulls
(2012–2013) 3.6 Denver Nuggets
Denver Nuggets
(2013–2015) 3.7 Los Angeles Clippers
Los Angeles Clippers
(2015) 3.8 New Orleans Pelicans
New Orleans Pelicans
(2015) 3.9 Hapoel Tel Aviv (2016) 3.10 Delaware 87ers
Delaware 87ers
(2017) 3.11 Guaros de Lara (2017)

4 NBA career statistics

4.1 Regular season 4.2 Playoffs 4.3 Career highs

5 Personal life 6 See also 7 References 8 External links

High school career[edit] Robinson spent his first two years of high school at Rainier Beach High School in Seattle
Seattle
before moving to Union City, California
Union City, California
where he played for James Logan High School
James Logan High School
in 2000–01. He then returned to Rainier Beach for his senior season in 2001–02. At Rainier Beach, he excelled in basketball, football and track. He led his basketball team to a 28–2 record and won the AAA state championship as a senior with teammates Terrence Williams
Terrence Williams
and twins, Rodrick and Lodrick Stewart. He averaged 17.9 points, seven rebounds, seven assists and three steals per game in 2001–02, and was named the AAA State player of the year in Washington. Rainier Beach also received a No. 7 national ranking from USA Today.[5] On September 10, 2010, Rainier Beach retired Robinson's No. 2 jersey.[6] College career[edit] Robinson was originally enrolled at Washington on a football scholarship, but decided to concentrate on basketball beginning with his sophomore year. He played all 13 football games in 2002 and started the final six games as a cornerback on the Husky football squad, including the Sun Bowl. He intercepted two passes and made 34 tackles.[5] In his freshman basketball season at Washington in 2002–03, Robinson was named to the CollegeInsider.com's 20-player national All-Freshmen Team, as well as earning All-Pac-10 Freshman Team honors. He led the team in scoring average with 13.0 points per game, a figure that ranked 17th among Pac-10 players; also his 300 points tied for fourth among all-time UW freshmen.[5] In his sophomore season, Robinson was named to the All-Pac-10 first team after he led the team and ranked 13th among Pac-10 scorers with 13.2 points per game.[5] In his junior season, Robinson was named to the NABC All-NCAA District 14 first team, NABC All-America third team, Pac-10 All-Tournament team and All-Pac-10 first team[5] after leading Washington to a Sweet Sixteen appearance.[7] In April 2005, Robinson declared for the NBA draft, forgoing his final year of college eligibility.[8] Professional career[edit] New York Knicks
New York Knicks
(2005–2010)[edit] 2005–06[edit] Robinson was selected with the 21st overall pick by the Phoenix Suns in the 2005 NBA draft. He was later traded to the New York Knicks
New York Knicks
on draft night along with Quentin Richardson
Quentin Richardson
in exchange for Kurt Thomas and the draft rights to Dijon Thompson.[9] Robinson played in 72 games his rookie year, starting 26 of them, while averaging 9.3 points and 2.0 assists per game. He had a major breakout performance against the Philadelphia 76ers
Philadelphia 76ers
at Madison Square Garden where he scored 17 points and grabbed 6 rebounds. Of his 17 points, three came on a game-winning three-pointer at the overtime buzzer. During the All-Star weekend, Robinson won the 2006 Sprite Rising Stars Slam Dunk Contest, edging Andre Iguodala
Andre Iguodala
141–140 in overtime, although he took 14 attempts to make his final dunk. In his most memorable dunk of the night, he jumped over 1986 champion Spud Webb, and received a perfect 50-point score for the dunk.[10] During the 2005–06 season, Robinson was reportedly involved in physical altercations between teammates Jerome James
Jerome James
and Malik Rose
Malik Rose
in separate incidents. He was at one point considered by Knicks' coach Larry Brown to be demoted to the NBA Development League. He was instead placed on the Inactive List for 10 games between February 24 and March 11.[11] 2006–07[edit] On December 16, 2006, Robinson was one of the primary participants in the brawl between the Denver Nuggets
Denver Nuggets
and the Knicks. His fight with Nuggets guard J. R. Smith
J. R. Smith
landed in the seats, and he was suspended for 10 games as a result.[12] Robinson competed in the 2007 Slam Dunk Contest to defend his 2006 title, and came in second place after Gerald Green. In the second round, Green's Boston Celtics
Boston Celtics
teammate Paul Pierce
Paul Pierce
brought out a cardboard cut-out of Robinson to dunk over, but Robinson came out and stood in its place instead, and Green jumped over him to complete the dunk.[13] 2007–08[edit] In the 2007–08 season, Robinson averaged 12.7 points per game and was the team's leading scorer in 10 games. On March 8, 2008, he scored a career-high 45 points in a 114-120 overtime loss to the Portland Trail Blazers.[14] 2008–09[edit] On February 14, 2009, Robinson won the 2009 Sprite Slam Dunk Competition. During the first round he completed two dunks, the second of which included jumping off Knicks teammate Wilson Chandler, who was on the floor. He finished second in the first round with a score of 87. After the first round, he went into the locker room and changed into a green Knicks jersey with green shorts and green shoes representing Kryptonite
Kryptonite
(which he called "KryptoNATE"), countering competitor Dwight Howard's Superman theme. In the final round, Robinson, who is only 5 feet 9, jumped over Dwight Howard
Dwight Howard
(6 feet 11 inches) for the slam. Robinson went on to win his second Slam Dunk title with 52% of the fan vote.[15] Robinson enjoyed his best season in 2008–2009, averaging 17.2 points per game, 4.1 assists per game, and almost 30 minutes per game. On February 23, 2009, Robinson scored 41 points and also had 8 rebounds. On August 12, 2009, Robinson reported on his Twitter
Twitter
page that he would change his number from number 4 to number 2 for the 2009–10 season. On September 25, 2009, Robinson re-signed with the New York Knicks to a one-year deal. 2009–10[edit] After a series of disagreements, Mike D'Antoni
Mike D'Antoni
removed Robinson from the Knicks' rotation for 14 games beginning on December 1, 2009. Robinson's agent, Aaron Goodwin, urged the Knicks to deal his client, or perhaps work out a buy-out with the team. After remaining on the bench for nearly a month, Robinson made his return on January 1, 2010, against the Atlanta Hawks, and scored 41 points off the bench in the Knicks' overtime victory.[16] He scored 21 of the Knicks' final 25 points, which included outscoring the Hawks by himself in overtime. On February 13, 2010, Robinson won the 2010 Sprite Slam Dunk Contest, becoming the first three-time Slam Dunk champion.[17] Boston Celtics
Boston Celtics
(2010–2011)[edit]

Robinson played parts of two seasons (February 2010 to February 2011) with the Boston Celtics.

On February 18, 2010, Robinson was traded to the Boston Celtics
Boston Celtics
along with Marcus Landry in exchange for Eddie House, Bill Walker, and J. R. Giddens.[18] Robinson played in 26 games with the Celtics averaging 6.5 points per game in 14.7 minutes per game. He was the primary backup to Rajon Rondo, though unable to earn many minutes with Rondo playing 37 minutes per game. Despite his limited playing time, Robinson made key contributions during the Celtics playoff run that season. In the series clinching Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Orlando Magic, he scored 13 points in just 13 minutes while Rondo was attending an injury.[19] The Celtics bench, namely Robinson and Glen Davis[20] (who called themselves "Shrek and Donkey"),[21][22] led a 13–2 run in the fourth quarter of their NBA Finals Game 4 victory to tie the series at two games each.[23] The Celtics ultimately lost the series in seven games. On July 16, 2010, Robinson re–signed with Boston on a two-year deal.[24] With Rajon Rondo
Rajon Rondo
on limited minutes in the first two months due to an ankle injury, Robinson received extended playing time and started 11 games for the Celtics between November and December. Six of the games Robinson started were part of a 14–game win streak for the Celtics.[25] By January 2011, both Rondo and Delonte West
Delonte West
were healthy, and Robinson was pushed to third on the point guard depth chart. Oklahoma City Thunder
Oklahoma City Thunder
(2011)[edit] On February 24, 2011, Robinson was traded, along with Kendrick Perkins, to the Oklahoma City Thunder
Oklahoma City Thunder
in exchange for Jeff Green and Nenad Krstić.[26] He appeared in a second consecutive Conference Finals that year, but had completely fallen out of the Thunder's rotation by that point. On December 24, 2011, just prior to the start of the lockout–shortened 2011–12 season, the Thunder waived Robinson.[27] Golden State Warriors
Golden State Warriors
(2012)[edit] On January 4, 2012, Robinson signed with the Golden State Warriors.[28] On January 10, 2012, with the absence of Stephen Curry, Robinson led the Warriors with 24 points in a 111–106 overtime victory over the Miami Heat.[29] In the 2011–2012 season he averaged 11.2 points, 4.5 assists and 2 rebounds in 51 games played. Chicago Bulls
Chicago Bulls
(2012–2013)[edit] On July 31, 2012, Robinson signed a one-year contract with the Chicago Bulls.[30] Due to Derrick Rose's injury, Robinson was given extensive playing time and started 23 games behind Kirk Hinrich. Robinson was named as the Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the first week of February, after averaging 17.8 points, 6.8 assists, and 2.5 steals on 52.9 percent from the three-point line in a 4-game span.[31] During a 19-game stretch from March 8 to April 14, Robinson averaged 18.6 points and 5.1 assists,[32] which included a win over the Heat on March 27 to end Miami's 27-game winning streak.[33] The Bulls finished 45–37, good for the fifth seed in the East. Up 2-1 in their first round series against the Brooklyn Nets, the Bulls faced a 109-95 deficit in game 4 with less than three minutes left in regulation. Robinson scored 12 unanswered points to bring the Bulls back and eventually win the game in triple overtime.[34] He finished the game with 34 points, including 23 points in the 4th quarter, just one point shy of Michael Jordan's franchise playoff record.[35] The Nets won the next two games setting up a decisive game 7 in Brooklyn that the Bulls won, which was their first road game 7 victory in franchise history. Matched with the Miami Heat
Miami Heat
in the semifinals, Robinson scored 27 points and nine assists in game 1 to stun the defending champions and take a 1-0 series lead.[36] He joined Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and Derrick Rose
Derrick Rose
as the only Bulls to score at least 25 points and nine assists in a playoff game.[37] The Bulls lost the next four as Miami went on to repeat as NBA Champions. Steve Kerr, then television analyst, said after Robinson's performance in the 2013 NBA Playoffs "they might have to put a statue of this guy outside the building, right next to Michael."[38] Kevin Craft of The Atlantic called Robinson the breakout star of the playoffs.[39] Denver Nuggets
Denver Nuggets
(2013–2015)[edit] On July 26, 2013, Robinson signed a multi-year deal with the Denver Nuggets.[40] He announced that he would wear number 10 to honor soccer player Lionel Messi; his preferred number 2 was already retired for Alex English.[41] On June 23, 2014, Robinson exercised the player option on his contract.[42][43] On January 13, 2015, Robinson was traded to the Boston Celtics
Boston Celtics
in exchange for Jameer Nelson[44] Two days later, he was waived by the Celtics before appearing in a game for them.[45] Los Angeles Clippers
Los Angeles Clippers
(2015)[edit] On March 7, 2015, Robinson signed a 10-day contract with the Los Angeles Clippers.[46] On March 17, he signed a second 10-day contract with the Clippers.[47] Due to injury, he was not retained by the Clippers following the expiration of his second 10-day contract.[48] New Orleans Pelicans
New Orleans Pelicans
(2015)[edit] On October 16, 2015, Robinson signed a one-year deal with the New Orleans Pelicans.[49][50] On October 29, he was waived by the Pelicans after appearing in the team's first two games of the regular season.[51] Hapoel Tel Aviv (2016)[edit] On March 17, 2016, Robinson signed with Hapoel Tel Aviv of the Israeli Basketball
Basketball
Premier League.[52] On May 19, he scored a season-high 46 points in a playoff game against Hapoel Jerusalem.[53] In 14 games for Tel Aviv, he averaged 16.2 points, 1.6 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 1.8 steals per game. Delaware 87ers
Delaware 87ers
(2017)[edit] On February 8, 2017, Robinson was acquired by the Delaware 87ers
Delaware 87ers
of the NBA Development League.[54] On February 14, he made his debut in a 123–101 win over the Maine Red Claws, recording three points, three assists and three steals in 18 minutes off the bench.[55] Guaros de Lara (2017)[edit] On April 3, 2017, Robinson signed with Guaros de Lara of the Venezuelan Liga Profesional de Baloncesto
Liga Profesional de Baloncesto
(LPB).[56] In July, Robinson won the 2017 LPB championship with Guaros. Robinson was named the LPB Grand Final MVP.[57] NBA career statistics[edit]

Legend

  GP Games played   GS  Games started  MPG  Minutes per game

 FG%  Field goal percentage  3P%  3-point field goal percentage  FT%  Free throw
Free throw
percentage

 RPG  Rebounds per game  APG  Assists per game  SPG  Steals per game

 BPG  Blocks per game  PPG  Points per game  Bold  Career high

Regular season[edit]

Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG

2005–06 New York 72 26 21.4 .407 .397 .752 2.3 2.0 .8 .0 9.3

2006–07 New York 64 5 21.2 .434 .390 .777 2.4 1.4 .8 .1 10.1

2007–08 New York 72 17 26.2 .423 .332 .786 3.1 2.9 .8 .0 12.7

2008–09 New York 74 11 29.9 .437 .325 .841 3.9 4.1 1.3 .1 17.2

2009–10 New York 30 2 24.4 .452 .375 .778 2.4 3.7 .9 .2 13.2

2009–10 Boston 26 0 14.7 .401 .414 .615 1.5 2.0 .8 .0 6.5

2010–11 Boston 55 11 17.9 .404 .328 .825 1.6 1.9 .5 .1 7.1

2010–11 Oklahoma City 4 0 7.5 .267 .250 .750 .3 1.5 .0 .0 3.3

2011–12 Golden State 51 9 23.4 .424 .365 .832 2.0 4.5 1.2 .0 11.2

2012–13 Chicago 82 23 25.4 .433 .405 .799 2.2 4.4 1.0 .1 13.1

2013–14 Denver 44 1 19.7 .428 .377 .835 1.8 2.5 .8 .1 10.4

2014–15 Denver 33 1 14.1 .348 .261 .650 1.2 2.3 .4 .1 5.8

2014–15 L.A. Clippers 9 0 14.0 .333 .350 .833 1.2 2.2 .7 .0 5.1

2015–16 New Orleans 2 1 11.5 .000 .000 .000 .0 2.0 .5 .0 .0

Career 618 107 22.5 .423 .360 .796 2.3 3.0 .9 .1 11.0

Playoffs[edit]

Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG

2010 Boston 17 0 7.5 .375 .333 .800 .8 1.1 .4 .1 4.2

2011 Oklahoma City 3 0 4.0 .286 .333 1.000 .0 .3 .0 .0 2.7

2013 Chicago 12 8 33.7 .436 .338 .756 2.7 4.4 1.0 .2 16.3

Career 32 8 17.0 .415 .337 .776 1.4 2.3 .6 .1 8.6

Career highs[edit]

Stat High Opponent Date

Points 45 vs. Portland 000000002008-03-08-0000March 8, 2008

Rebounds 10 3 times –

Assists 15 vs. LA Clippers 000000002009-02-11-0000February 11, 2009

Steals 5 5 times –

Blocks 3 vs. Charlotte 000000002013-01-28-0000January 28, 2013

Field goals made 18 vs. Atlanta 000000002010-01-01-0000January 1, 2010

3-pointers made 8 vs. Portland 000000002007-03-22-0000March 22, 2007

Free throws made 15 vs. Indiana 000000002009-02-23-0000February 23, 2009

Personal life[edit] Robinson's father, Jacque Robinson, played American football for the Huskies and earned MVP honors in both the 1982 Rose Bowl and 1985 Orange Bowl. Robinson's father was drafted by the Buffalo Bills
Buffalo Bills
in 1987 and played one season with the Philadelphia Eagles
Philadelphia Eagles
before his NFL career ended. His mother, Renee Busch, operates a beauty salon in Seattle.[58] He is also the cousin of point guard Tony Wroten.[59] Robinson's great-great-grandfather on his maternal side was Filipino.[60][61] Robinson has three children, Navyi, Nahmier and Ny'ale, with his high school sweet heart, Sheena Felitz.[62] Besides basketball, he is an avid car collector and owns a Jeep Grand Cherokee, Dodge Challenger
Dodge Challenger
and Hummer H2
Hummer H2
as well as a blue Porsche Panamera and orange Cadillac CTS-V. His favorite car is the Pontiac Firebird which he also owns and is the same color as his Cadillac.[63] In 2014, he became an author of a book called Heart over Height which he began writing after he scored 34 points against the Brooklyn Nets. In the book, he talks about his former football coach Rick Neuheisel who was fired. During the interview with the Seattle
Seattle
Times, he said that he favors Earl Thomas since he was the one who inspired him to write a book. He also said that he met LL Cool J
LL Cool J
and Martin Lawrence in person.[64] In 2014, Robinson opened a chicken and waffles restaurant in Rainier Beach, Seattle, the neighborhood in which he went to high school.[65][66] In June 2016, Robinson had a tryout with the Seattle
Seattle
Seahawks.[67] See also[edit]

National Basketball
Basketball
Association portal

List of shortest players in National Basketball
Basketball
Association history

References[edit]

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External links[edit]

Career statistics and player information from Basketball-Reference.com Nate Robinson
Nate Robinson
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Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award
Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award
winners

Male

1969: Keller 1970: Rinka 1971: C. Johnson 1972: Martin 1973: Sherwin 1974: M. Robinson 1975: Towe 1976: Alagia 1977: Jonas 1978: Scheib 1979: Byrd 1980: Sweeney 1981: Adolph 1982: Moore 1983: McCallum 1984: Stokes 1985: B. Jennings 1986: Les 1987: Bogues 1988: J. Johnson 1989: Hardaway 1990: Harvey 1991: K. Jennings 1992: Bennett 1993: Crawford 1994: G. Brown 1995: Edney 1996: Benton 1997: Knight 1998: Boykins 1999: Rogers 2000: Penn 2001: Phillips 2002: Logan 2003: Gardner 2004: Nelson 2005: N. Robinson 2006: D. Brown 2007: Kelley 2008: Green 2009: Collison 2010: Collins 2011: Pullen 2012: Hamilton 2013: Siva 2014: Smith

Female

1984: Mulkey 1985: Stack 1986: Ethridge 1987: Windham 1988: McConnell 1989: Backstrom 1990: Dabrowski 1991: S. Evans 1992: Kosiorek 1993: D. Evans 1994: Levesque 1995: Dodrill 1996: Rizzotti 1997: Howard 1998: Arnold 1999: Hammon 2000: Darling 2001: Ivey 2002: Lambert 2003: Lawson 2004: Valek 2005: White 2006: Duffy 2007: Harding 2008: Anderson 2009: Montgomery 2010: Gray-Lawson 2011: Vandersloot 2012: James 2013: Bentley 2014: Sims

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2005 NBA draft

First round

Andrew Bogut Marvin Williams Deron Williams Chris Paul Raymond Felton Martell Webster Charlie Villanueva Channing Frye Ike Diogu Andrew Bynum Fran Vázquez Yaroslav Korolev Sean May Rashad McCants Antoine Wright Joey Graham Danny Granger Gerald Green Hakim Warrick Julius Hodge Nate Robinson Jarrett Jack Francisco García Luther Head Johan Petro Jason Maxiell Linas Kleiza Ian Mahinmi Wayne Simien David Lee

Second round

Salim Stoudamire Daniel Ewing Brandon Bass C. J. Miles Ricky Sánchez Ersan İlyasova Ronny Turiaf Travis Diener Von Wafer Monta Ellis Roko Ukić Chris Taft Mile Ilić Martynas Andriuškevičius Lou Williams Erazem Lorbek Bracey Wright Mickaël Gelabale Andray Blatche Ryan Gomes Robert Whaley Axel Hervelle Orien Greene Dijon Thompson Lawrence Roberts Amir Johnson Marcin Gortat Uroš Slokar Cenk Akyol Alex Acker

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Slam Dunk Contest winners

1984: Nance 1985: Wilkins 1986: Webb 1987: Jordan 1988: Jordan 1989: Walker 1990: Wilkins 1991: Brown 1992: Ceballos 1993: Miner 1994: Rider 1995: Miner 1996: Barry 1997: Bryant 2000: Carter 2001: Mason 2002: Richardson 2003: Richardson 2004: Jones 2005: Smith 2006: Robinson 2007: Green 2008: Howard 2009: Robinson 2010: Robinson 2011: Griffin 2012: Evans 2013: Ross 2014: Wall 2015: LaVine 2016: LaVine 2017: Robinson

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