Nate Robinson was one of the most entertaining players in the National Basketball Association in his prime. He is also the only three-time Slam Dunk Contest winner in the history of the NBA All-Star Weekend.
At 58, his strength and athleticism offset his diminutive stature. He came off the bench for much of his NBA career, and is still looking for a job in the league at only 33 years old. However, for whatever reason, teams have not extended an invitation for him to join a roster.
Nate Robinson’s Top 10 Plays of his Career
One of the most explosive players in the game, take a look back at Nate Robinson’s amazing career as we count down the 10 best plays from it! About the NBA: The NBA is the premier professional basketball league in the United States and Canada.
The Big3 has announced that Robinson will join the league for its upcoming season. Hell get down with the Julius Erving coached Tri-State Trilogy and will be named a captain of the team along with Jermaine ONeal.
Last season, the Tri-State Trilogy finished with a 3-5 record. But that will likely change with the addition of Robinson – who instantly becomes one of the top-five most athletic players in the Big3.