Three-time NBA Slam Dunk Champion Nate Robinson dunking again

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NBA journeyman Nate Robinson has electrified the NBA by pushing his five foot nine inch frame to its limits with spectacular dunks.

He has won the NBA Slam dunk contest three times, beating out the likes of Andre Iguadala, Dwight Howard, and DeMar DeRozan.

However, Robinson never seemed to be able to stick with a team, but eventually seemed to find a home after a breakout season in Chicago. An offseason and penny pinching move by Chicago later; Robinson found himself with yet another team, the Denver Nuggets. 

Robinson looked good for most of last season, but forty-four games into the season he tore the ACL in his left knee.

Lucky for him he was able to exercise a player option in Denver this upcoming season worth $2.1 million.

This allowed him to solely focus on recovery, and is now showing in this video that he is close to 100 percent healthy...

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