Nate Robinson literally goes through opponent's legs
Diminuitive former dunk champ evades Raptors 905 giant
Dribbling through an opponent's legs is one thing, but to actually go through a player's legs is something you probably don't see too often.
That's exactly what Nate Robinson did against Raptors 905 centre Edy Tavares, who just so happens to be seven-foot-two.
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Robinson, a three-time NBA slam dunk champion listed at 5-9", saw this as the most logical way to break a double team while playing for the Delaware 87ers on Saturday.
The move paid off as Robinson, who has 11 years of NBA experience, was able to draw a foul as a result of his efforts — and possibly grab the attention of NBA teams in need of backcourt help.
Raptors 905 went on to win 110-96.