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Thomas Robinson
Thomas Robinson
Position: F
Born: 03/18/91
Height: 6-10 / 2.08
Weight:237 lbs. / 107.5 kg.
Salary: $981,348
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Enter Sam Hinkie, the 76er GM, who needed a Robinson-sized contract to meet the CBA salary floor. The Nets and Robinson were pissed. The 23-year-old thought his career was over. “I’m like, ‘I’m done. I’m out of the league.’ That was my complete thought,” he told Mike Mazzeo. “I figured they just picked me up for my salary and then they were going to dump me. And then two days later, I’d be done. That’s what I was thinking.” “I played the most minutes I’ve played in my career. And what a coincidence, I doubled my numbers.” In 22 games with Philadelphia, Robinson averaged 8.8 points and 7.7 rebounds over 18.5 minutes a night. He also averaged 2.3 personals. He’s been foul prone.
via NetsDaily
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The Brooklyn Nets announced Tuesday that Thomas Robinson, their recently signed power forward sustained a small meniscus tear in his right knee while working out in New York. He will undergo arthroscopic surgery Wednesday. At that point, the Nets medical staff will release further details including a timetable for his return. Normally, a meniscus tear, particularly one described as “small,” will require weeks of recovery and rehabilitation. Nets training camp won’t open until October 1, although players usually start gathering and working out a month earlier. Robinson required off-season surgery last season as well, that time a torn thumb liagment.
via NetsDaily
But Lopez, sitting in Barclays Center shortly after signing a three-year maximum deal, said it was little more than a brief conversation between a former coach & player, and at the end of the day, Brooklyn was where he wanted to be. “I heard from J-Kidd, we talked a little bit, but at the end of the day, I’m here right now. This is where I wanted to be,” Lopez said following a 20-minute press conference introducing Lopez, Thaddeus Young, Thomas Robinson, and Shane Larkin.
via The Brooklyn Game
The Brooklyn Nets have signed guard Shane Larkin and forward Thomas Robinson to multi-year contracts, Nets General Manager Billy King announced today. Per team policy, terms of the agreements were not released. “We are excited to add both Thomas and Shane to our roster,” said King. “Thomas is an aggressive rebounder who will add a physical presence to our frontcourt, while Shane provides athleticism at the point. Both are good young players who reaffirm our commitment to add youth to our roster for the 2015-16 campaign.”
via NBA.com