Thomas Robinson: ‘I’m not a bad kid’
Following Thursday practice, Thomas Robinson apologized for actions that earned him a two-game suspension. With 10 minutes left in the fourth quarter, the Sacramento Kings forward threw a vicious elbow to the neck of Detroit Pistons forward Jonas Jerebko and was ejected from last nights 105-103 win at Sleep Train Arena.
“I feel worst today after the aftermath,” Robinson remorsefully told reporters. “You know, I knew I was wrong. So as a man, I have to take responsibility with that and I’ll take my consequences and move on.”
On how he feels today:
“I feel pretty bad today. I feel worst today after the aftermath. You know I knew I was wrong. So as a man, I have to take responsibility with that and I’ll take my consequences and move on. And hopefully this doesn’t stick with me because I’m not that type of person. I’m not a bad kid, you know I just made a mistake and it won’t happen again.”