Nate Robinson is coming off arguably the best statistical season of his career. He averaged a career best 4.5 assists per game this past year, and coupled that with 11. 2 points per night on average for the Golden State Warriors. According to a Sam Amick report this week, he is about to parlay that into a job with the Chicago Bulls.
Eventually, Robinson's role would be in relief of Derrick Rose. For at least the first half of the season however, Nate is expected to play a lot of point guard for Chicago.
The report from Amick is as follows (via the Chicago Tribune):
The Bulls are close to adding veteran point guard Nate Robinson, according to reports.
SI.com’s Sam Amick quoted Robinson agent Aaron Goodwin as saying his client would sign with Chicago “barring unforeseen problems.”
Robinson played well on offense for Golden State last season, averaging 11.2 points (42.4 percent shooting), 23.5 minutes, 1.2 steals and a career-high 4.5 assists.
This will be...