The NBA's only three-time slam dunk champion is looking for a home.â†µ
Former Husky stand-out Nate Robinson agreed to a contract buyout with the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday and is now a free agent.â†µ
The Boston Celtics traded Robinson in last season's trade deadline — a move that landed Robinson on the bench of the Thunder. He saw scarce action, only appearing in four games for the Thunder.â†µ
Robinson is now looking to sign with an NBA squad. The 5'9" guard is one of the most athletic players in the league and can provide an energetic offensive boost in games.â†µ
The recently-retired Shaquille O'Neal's latest biography has put a negative shade on Robinson's eccentric persona:â†µ
And in the case of Shaquille O'Neal's recently released, Shaq Uncut: My Story, which portrays Robinson as a jokester more obsessed with his public persona than the decline of his career, the 5-foot-9 guard who is still best known for his three All-Star Slam Dunk Contest championships would be just fine if people skipped this particular book altogether. (Via: Sports Illustrated)â†µ
Right now it's wait-and-see for Robinson, but it's hard not to imagine him not finding a home this season. Robinson is only 27-years old and is reaching the prime of his career.