“I might go play football,” Robinson told SLAM ONLINE. “Do something that nobody’s tried to do.”
The 5-9 Robinson had a football scholarship at the University of Washington and played cornerback for one season with the Huskies. His father also played college football, so his Plan B for the lockout isn’t completely out of left field.
“If I can, I would love to play football a little bit,” Robinson reportedly said. “I’ve been doing a little bit of training.”
That’s not all Nate has been doing this summer. Police in White Plains, N.Y., caught Robinson urinating in public in June. He tweeted that he’d made a “silly mistake” and apologized to fans.
Were Thunder officials pissed? A team spokesman said the franchise was aware of the incident in the New York City suburb but had no comment.