Found January 31, 2013 on Celtics Life:
Former Celtic and NBA Dunk Contest champ Nate Robinson had a pretty sweet dunk during last night's Bulls-Bucks game. Stacey King (who played 5 games for the C's), was doing commentary on the game and goes nuts after Nate's dunk, mentioning that he has been waiting for little Nate Robinson to dunk this year. I would love to see Nate Robinson in the dunk contest this year, along with Jeff Green and former Celtic/NBA Dunk Contest champ Gerald Green. Who is on your 2013 NBA Dunk Contest wish list this year? Post in the comments below. Related: Should Jeff Green be in the 2013 dunk contest? Watch this dunk mix and vote in the poll Video courtesy of kietasss on YouTube
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