The Bulls probably could've used Nate Robinson's services after Derrick Rose went down. Instead, they became one of the many teams to trade Robinson away. He was with the Knicks, then the Celtics, the Thunder, Warriors, Bulls, and now, the Nuggets despite his solid performance in last year's playoffs (and this highlight).
Robinson isn't fretting. In fact, the constant movement has given him a new sense of purpose:
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, 2014
The 29-year-old is probably kidding, as he does have a long way to go to accomplish that. It's also going to take him some time to beat Chucky Brown, who has the NBA record for most franchises played for with 12. Robinson doesn't want to be a Chucky Brown though. The forward retired with a career average of 5.9 points, 3.1 rebounds, and 0.8 assists. Robinson, on the other hand, averages 11.4 points, 2.5 rebounds, and 3.0 steals.
[via Geoff Lepper]