Chicago Bull Nate Robinson showed he has game in high places and low places Wednesday night against the Phoenix Suns
The 5-foot-9 journeyman guard and former NBA Slam Dunk champion caught Phoenix's Sebastian Telfair in the air with a pump fake, ducked under, and went through Telfair’s legs for a lay-up.
Robinson joined the NBA in 2005 out of Washington, and signed with the Bulls in the offseason, helping them fill the void left by Derrick Rose’s knee injury.
The former New York Knick won three slam dunk titles, including back-to-back in 2009 and 2010, but has never used his unique blend of athleticism and hops to split opponents like this until now.
The video below shows Robinson’s amazing play:
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