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If you’re wondering which team free agent point guard Nate Robinson is going to sign with next, you’re apparently going to have to wait until he’s done signing babies.
That’s correct. The former Bulls guard was spotted Thursday night at the Las Vegas Summer League taking in, of all games, a matchup between the Bucks and Bobcats. In the meantime, he was also signing an autograph on the back of a baby during halftime.
This one is most certainly not staying in Vegas. Check out the photo below.
Spotted at #NBASummerLeague: @nate_robinson, attending @bobcats vs. @Bucks, signs a baby during halftime. http://t.co/rZDFA3INsU— (@NBASummerLeague) July 18, 2013
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One of the perks of being an NBA player is that people will always ask for your autograph and yesterday, former Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson got an interesting autograph request from a fan at the Las Vegas Summer League. Nate was attending the Bobcats/Bucks game when a fan decided to ask him to autograph his baby which can be seen in the below tweet: Spotted at #NBASummerLeague...
Nate Robinson attended an NBA Summer League game yesterday and one fan was so eager to get Nate’s autograph that he offered up his baby as a memento. He’s never gonna wash that baby again. [@NBASummerLeague] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson took a break while making an appearance during Summer League action to interact with fans and sign some autographs. Evidently, one fan did not have any memorabilia — be it a Bulls cap, jersey or otherwise — nor did anyone have any paper, apparently. So, the guy did the next [...]The post Nate Robinson signed a baby during Summer League appearance...
Chicago Bulls point guard Nate Robinson received the ultimate honor earlier this week during a Summer League game. He was asked to autograph a baby. The parent of the child must have been a huge Robinson fan, because it’s not every day you see someone holding up their infant and letting a professional athlete sign [...]
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