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NBA Rumors: Nate Robinson blasts NBA teams, says he’s not given ‘fair shot’ to play to return to the league

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Nate Robinson is a former NBA player in the league playing the New Orleans Pelicans last season but only appeared in two games before being released. Robinson recently blamed NBA teams for not allowing him to continue his career in the league, according to NBA rumors.

In his interview on The Runway, he told something to Bucks’ Jason Terry about his disgust on NBA teams.

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Nate’s reason looked on point since he really had good years in the NBA. Despite standing at 5-foot-9 inches tall, he played a total of 11 NBA seasons in the league. He had decent career averages of 11 points per game, 2.3 rebounds per game, 3.0 assists per game and 0.9 steals per game in just 22.5 minutes of play.

Robinson also proved that height doesn’t matter as he is known for his dunking whenever he is on the court. Robinson primarily showcased his athleticism when he became a 3-time winner of the NBA slam dunk contests in 2006, 2009 and 2010.

The high-flying guard out of Washington is currently a free agent. He last played professionally for the Hapoel Tel Aviv team in the Israeli Basketball Premier league.

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Robinson is really trying hard to get noticed by an NBA team once again. His name did not float among those NBA rumors on ex-NBA players’ desire to comeback in the league. But at his age of 32 right now, he is better suited as a third-string point guard for any NBA team and it remains to be seen if NBA teams will come calling after his latest episode of bashing NBA squads for not giving him a chance.

Photo courtesy: Nate Robinson/Facebook

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