Denver Nuggets guard and former Husky Nate Robinson talked about his past playing days in Seattle, his new book and much more in a live chat on Thursday.
A multisport star at Rainier Beach High School and the University of Washington, Nate Robinson has gone on to play nine seasons in the NBA.
The high-flying guard is the first three-time winner of the NBA Slam Dunk Contest.
During his pro career, he has averaged 11.4 ppg, and 3.0 apg in 574 games with the New York, Boston, Oklahoma City, Golden State, Chicago and Denver.
In his new book, Heart over Height, which came out on June 18, he shares his motivational story of how he combined determination with unstoppable will to achieve his seemingly impossible goals.
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Robinson talked about his past playing days in Seattle, his new book and much more in a live chat on June 26.