Nuggets’ Nate Robinson Beats the Shot Clock with 40-Foot Turnaround Jumper

Denver Nuggets guard Nate Robinson didn’t put up great numbers in his team’s preseason game against the Chicago Bulls on Monday, but he did hit a pretty remarkable shot in the third quarter.

With the shot clock winding down, Robinson was able to get control of a loose ball and get a shot off from 40 feet almost immediately after gaining possession. The result: nothing but net.

Robinson finished the game with five points in 11 minutes.


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WATCH: Nate Robinson is already back to dunking

Denver Nuggets guard Nate Robinson posted a video on his Instagram account of himself dunking a basketball last Friday. This is pretty impressive considering the 5’9 combo guard just had surgery to repair his torn left ACL last January 31. In the first video, Robinson nearly throws it down with two hands but can’t quite finish. However, in the last video, Nate throws it down with one hand. First video: (Nearly dunks) Second video: (Dunks) The post Nate Robinson is back to dunking appeared first on Pass The Pill – Kings of Hoops.

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Georgetown forward Nate Lubick has eclectic musical taste

Senior Nate Lubick has an ear for Johnny Coltrane, The Beatles and John Mayer

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Denver Nuggets’ Nate Robinson undergoes ACL surgery

Robinson suffered the injury against the Charlotte Bobcats on Wednesday.

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Nate Robinson: I want to be first player to play for every NBA team

Nate Robinson: “If I can be the first player to play for every team in the league, I want to do it.”— Geoff Lepper (@geofflepper) January 16, 2014Nate Robinson is one of the more well-traveled players in the NBA.He currently resides with the Denver Nuggets, but has served previous stints with the Knicks, Celtics, Thunder, Warriors, and Bulls. A simple math calculation confirms that Robinson has played for six teams in all.Well, Robinson doesn’t want to stop there. He jokingly Geoff Lepper of that he wants to become the first player to play for every team in the league.If this is indeed the case, he only has 24 more to go. Best of luck, Nate.For the record, the most teams a player has ever played for in his career is 12. That record is shared by four players and Robinson is still only half way there.Via Bleacher Report

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Nate Robinson Has Klay Thompson Spinning in Circles with Crossover

Near the end of the third quarter in a game against the Golden State Warriors, the Denver NuggetsNate Robinson destroyed Klay Thompson with a crossover and showed why he’s known as “Nasty Nate.”


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Nuggets’ Nate Robinson fined for saying refs hate him

Nate Robinson was fined for the second time this season, this time drawing a $25,000 levy.

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Nuggets’ Nate Robinson fined $25,000 by NBA (Yahoo Sports)

NEW YORK (AP) — The NBA has fined Nuggets guard Nate Robinson $25,000 for criticizing the officials following Denver’s 97-95 victory over the Knicks last week.

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Watch Nate Robinson Shake Tyler Hansbrough, Taunt Raptors

Some dudes are just born to showboat, and Nate Robinson is their leader. Here he is getting Tyler Hansbrough pathetically mixed up and letting Toronto’s bench know about it.

Boom, Robinson steps back for the heat checknothing but glorious net.

And then Robinson’s taunt parade begins. Sorry, Air Canada. You lose and you’re disrespected 112-98.

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Nate Robinson after technical: NBA officials hate me

Denver Nuggets guard Nate Robinson picked up his second technical foul of the season Friday night in the team’s win over the New York Knicks. Robinson’s technical foul came with 6:42 remaining with the Nuggets up by just five points. “They hate me, they hate me,” Robinson said of the officials. “I don’t know why, but it is what it is. I already know I’ve got the target on my back, but I’ll play through it; I don’t care. I really don’t. It doesn’t bother me none. If I get a call, I get a call. If I don’t, I don’t. If I get a tech, hopefully it’s not in the fourth quarter. Hopefully I don’t get any more. But I know I will. It’s nothing new for me.” Nuggets coach Brian Shaw said he would speak with Robinson about controlling his emotions. “He’s always wound up,” Shaw said, with a grin that quickly faded away. “That’s what you get with Nate Robinson. So we just have to continue to keep working on him on that. I told him, let me deal with the referees, you just play th

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