Nate Robinson Net worth, Height, Bio, Career, Fact & Social Media

Nate Robinson Net worth, Height, Bio, Career, Fact & Social Media


Real NameNate Robinson
Net Worth$13 million dollars
Date Of BirthMay 31, 1984
Place Of BirthSeattle, Washington, USA
Height1.75 m
Weight82 kg
ProfessionBasketball player, American football player
Educational BackgroundUniversity of Washington, James Logan High School, Rainier Beach High School
KidsNasir Chakur Robinson, Nahmier Robinson, Navyi Caiann Robinson, Ny’ale Cameron Robinson
Zodiac SignAries
ParentsJacque Robinson, Renee Busch
SilblingsAnthony Stewart, Deron Isaiah Robinson, Jasmine Stewart

Originating from The Philippines, Nathaniel Cornelius “Nate” Robinson (born on May 31 1984) is an NBA professional who currently plays for the Denver Nuggets of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Robinson is a native of Seattle and played in the college level at the University of Washington in Seattle before being picked to be the 21st overall pick during the 2005 NBA draught.

Before joining the Nuggets, Robinson played as an offensive guard for The New York Knicks, Boston Celtics, Oklahoma City Thunder, Golden State Warriors, and Chicago Bulls, among other organizations. Robinson was the first athlete in NBA history to have won three championships in slam dunk.

Nate Robinson Net worth, Height, Bio, Career, Fact & Social Media
Nate Robinson

Nate Robinson Career Timeline


On July 31, 2018, Robinson signed with Homenetmen Beirut of the Lebanese Basketball League.

He was then released by the team in September of 2018 because of an injury that he sustained while participating in the BIG3 during the summer.


On he 8th of February in 2017, Nate was taken over on February 8, 2017 by the Delaware 87ers of the NBA Development League.

On February 14th, Nate made his debut the 123-101 win against the Maine Red Claws, recording three points as well as three assists and three steals in just 18 minutes of playing off the bench.

On April 3, 2017 Nate signed a contract with Guaros de Lara of the Venezuelan Liga Profesional de Baloncesto (LPB).

On July 3, Nate won the 2017 LPB championship alongside Guaros. Robinson received the honor of being named as the LPB Grand Final MVP.


On the 17th of March, Nate joined Hapoel Tel Aviv of the Israeli Basketball Premier League.

On May 19 Nate scored a season-high 46 points during a playoff match in the playoffs against Hapoel Jerusalem. In 14 games played for Tel Aviv, he averaged 16.2 points, 1.6 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 1.8 steals per game.

In June of 2016, Robinson had a tryout for The Seattle Seahawks.


7 March 2015 Nate signed an agreement for 10 days to the Los Angeles Clippers. On March 17 the player signed a new 10 day contract for the Clippers.

Because of his injury, he wasn’t hired by the Clippers at the time of the termination of the second contract.

On the 16th of October in the year 2015 began, Nate agreed to sign a 1-year contract for the New Orleans Pelicans. On the 29th of October the following day, he was released from the Pelicans after playing in the first two games during in the season.


On June 23rd of 2014, Nate took advantage of the player option in his contract. On the 13th of January, 2015 Robinson was transferred for Boston Celtics Boston Celtics in exchange for Jameer Nelson. Two days after, he was released by the Celtics before playing in a game with the Celtics.

This year, Nate published a novel called Heart over Height.

In 2014 Nate started a waffle and chicken restaurant Rainier Beach, Seattle, the area where he attended high school.


Despite playing in a limited amount of time, Nate made key contributions throughout his role in the Celtics playoff run in the season.

In the series-clinching game 6 in the Eastern Conference Finals against the Orlando Magic, he scored 13 points in 13 minutes, while Rondo was dealing with an injury.

It was the Celtics bench, including Nate as well as Glen Davis (who called themselves “Shrek and Donkey”) were able to lead a 13-2 run throughout the final quarter of the NBA Finals Game 4 victory to make the series 2 games to 1. The Celtics ended up losing 7 games in the game.

Playing against the Miami Heat in the semifinals, Nate scored 27 points and nine assists in game one to knock off the champions and secure the lead in the series 1-0.

Nate joined Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Derrick Rose as the only Bulls who scored at minimum the required 25-points and 9 assists an NBA playoff game.

The Bulls fell in the next four games in a row as Miami continued to win with the distinction of NBA Champions. Steve Kerr, then television analyst, commented after Robinson’s performance during the 2013 NBA Playoffs “they might have to put a statue of this guy outside the building, right next to Michael.” Kevin Craft of The Atlantic called Robinson the superstar during the Playoffs.

On the 26th of July, 2013, Robinson agreed to sign a three-year contract for The Denver Nuggets.

Robinson announced that he would wear the number 10 in honor of soccer star Lionel Messi; his preferred number 2 had already been taken away by Alex English.


The 4th of January, 2012 Robinson joined Robinson signed with the Golden State Warriors. On the 10th of January in 2012, in the absence of Stephen Curry, Robinson led the Warriors with 24 points in an overtime 111-106 victory against Miami Heat.

In the 2011-2012 season , he scored an average of 11.2 scores, 4.5 assists, and two rebounding during 51 games.

The 31st of July, 2012 Robinson was signed to a 1-year deal to the Chicago Bulls. Because of Derrick Rose’s injury, Robinson was given extensive playing time. He played 23 games in the second row ahead of Kirk Hinrich. Robinson was named The Eastern Conference Player of the Week in the first week of February.

He amounted to 17.8 points and 6.8 assists as well as 2.5 steals 52.9 percent of the three-point line during the span of four games. From March 8 until April 14 Robinson scored 18.6 points as well as 5.1 assists, including an upset win against The Heat at the end of March to snap Miami’s winning streak of 27 games.

The Bulls ended the season 45-37, which is ranking fifth on the East.


On February 24 in 2011, Robinson was traded together with Kendrick Perkins by the Oklahoma City Thunder in exchange for Jeff Green and Nenad Krstic.

Robinson played in the third consecutive Conference Finals that year, however, he had been completely thrown off the Thunder’s lineup at the time.

On the 24th of December, 2011, before the start of the lockout-shortened season 2011-12 the Thunder removed Robinson.


One the10th of September, 2010 Rainier Beach ended Robinson’s number. 2 jersey.

In his sophomore year, Robinson was named to the All-Pac-10 first team, having led the team and was 13th in the league of Pac-10 scorers, scoring 13.2 average points.

On the 13th of February on the 13th of February, the year 2010 began, Robinson was the winner of in the 10th Sprite Slam Dunk Contest, becoming the first time a three-time Slam Dunk champion.

On February 18 2010 Robinson was dealt to the Boston Celtics along with Marcus Landry in exchange for Eddie House, Bill Walker as well as J. R. Giddens.

Robinson was in the lineup for 26 games for the Celtics with an average of 6.5 scores per match, which is 14.7 minutes of playing time. Robinson was the main backup for Rajon Rondo but was Robinson was unable to make a significant contribution when Rondo playing 37 minutes per game.

On the day year 2010 began, Robinson signed with Boston on a two-year contract. With Rajon Rondo playing only a few minutes in the initial two months because of an ankle injury.

Robinson got a bigger role and played in eleven games with Boston Celtics between November until December. The six games Robinson played in comprised a win streak by the Celtics.

In January of 2011 the duo of Rondo along with Delonte West were both healthy and Robinson was moved to third place on the depth chart for point guards.

With a 2-1 lead in their opening round match in the first round against their opponents, the Brooklyn Nets, the Bulls were in a 109-95 deficit game 4 with just three minutes remaining in regulation.

Robinson scored 12 points unanswered to help bring the Bulls back to take the win by a triple overtime. Robinson finished the game scoring 34 points, with 23 , which came in the fourth quarter, one point short of Michael Jordan’s franchise record of playoffs.

The Nets beat the Bulls in the following two games to set the stage for a crucial game 7 , played in Brooklyn which the Bulls beat, marking their first 7-game road win in the history of the franchise.

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