Nate Robinson Looking For Another Chance
In the wake of O’Neal’s comments about him garnering so much attention, he was relieved to hear that his latest superstar teammate, the Thunder’s Kevin Durant, had nothing negative to say about their time together when he called him the “best teammate ever” and a “brother for life” on Saturday. It is, Robinson vows, time to turn the page on the past and forge a new chapter.
“One team’s trash is another team’s treasure,” he said. “With whatever team that I land on they know they’re going to get everything out of me. I’m going to come to practice early — first one there, last one to leave.
“I work hard every day, practice every day and play hard in games whether it’s one minute, 10 minutes, 30 minutes or 40 minutes. … I’m going to always cheer for my teammates, as everybody sees all the time. I’ll be the first guy off the bench, congratulating my guys or picking them up off the floor — doing everything a player is supposed to do.”
via Sam Amick – SI.com.