If the latest viral video sweeping the Internet is to be believed, Chicago Bulls point guard Nate Robinson has the ability to jump through glass doors. Watch the Vine that Robinson posted earlier today and judge for yourself:
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Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson is one of the reigning kings of social media, so it was only a matter of time before Robinson got in on the Vine video app craze.
The free agent to be took it to another level today, when he posted a video of himself jumping through a glass door.
We’re not sure how many takes it took, but it’s a pretty impressive video either way.
H/T Yahoo Sports
Pint-sized Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson has won the NBA's slam dunk contest three times, but the most impressive jump of his career may have come Monday at a Denny's.
How is that? Well, the man who once leapt over Dwight Howard jumped through one of the restaurant's glass doors -- sort of.
#Jumper No Need to use doors I jump through em ... Damn forgot my keys no...
Nate Robinson with the most clever Vine among his NBA peers thus far as he *magically* jumps through the door of a building:
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