HoopsHype Cliff Robinson rumors


December 9, 2014 Updates

With a step-back, buzzer-beating 3-pointer against the Detroit Pistons, LaMarcus Aldridge netted his 11,333rd point in a Trail Blazers uniform, making him the second-leading scorer in franchise history. The basket moved him past Trail Blazers legend Terry Porter, who had held the No. 2 spot for nearly two decades with 11,330 points. Last season, Aldridge passed both Jerome Kersey (No. 5 with 10,067) and Cliff Robinson (No. 4 with 10,405) on the scoring list. NBA.com

October 21, 2014 Updates

Former NBA player and Buffalo native Clifford Robinson was arrested Sunday for DWI and Leandra's Law violations after the Bills' game Sunday. Police say Robinson, 47, was attempting to merge on to Route 400, when he was stopped for failing to use the designated lane. Robinson was found to be intoxicated, and later refused a breathalyzer test. WGRZ Buffalo

March 20, 2014 Updates

The new season the reality TV competition show “Survivor” features former Detroit Pistons forward Clifford Robinson. Check that. Did feature Robinson. The 28th season of the CBS show continued Wednesday night and Robinson, who played in Detroit from 2001-03 and was an All-Star in 1994 with Portland, was voted off the island. He’s the fifth out of 18 contestants to be ousted, four votes to three for LJ McKanas. Detroit Free Press

January 29, 2014 Updates
January 22, 2014 Updates

'Survivor: Cagayan': New cast includes former NBA All-Star (and recent North Korea visitor) Cliff Robinson. After a successful season of having former players compete with/against their loved ones on Blood vs. Water, Survivor will try another brand new concept when Survivor: Cagayan premieres with a two-hour episode on Feb. 26 at 8pm on CBS. This time, 18 contestants will be separated into three tribes: brawn, brains, and beauty. And while all of those contestants will be new players — marking only the third such all-newbie season in the past nine installments — one of the names may be familiar: former NBA All-Star (and recent visitor to North Korea as part of Dennis Rodman’s basketball troupe) Cliff Robinson. Entertainment Weekly

January 8, 2014 Updates

Cliff Robinson -- one of the ex-NBA stars who's in North Korea with Dennis Rodman -- knows his trip has turned into an international "train wreck" and expects serious backlash when he returns to the U.S. ... so says his wife. TMZ Sports spoke with Heather Robinson -- who's appeared on "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" -- and she tells us her husband initially agreed to join Rodman because he thought he could help "bridge cultural differences with basketball." But after Rodman went on CNN and defended the country's dictator/murderer Kim Jong Un -- while wildly screaming at the news anchor -- Heather says her hubby knew he had instantly become a part of a PR nightmare. "The look on Cliff's face when Dennis was talking during the CNN interview, it was pure shock and confusion ... it's the look he used to give when a referee used to make a bad call." TMZ.com

January 5, 2014 Updates

Dennis Rodman has named a team of former NBA players to participate in an exhibition basketball game in Pyongyang, North Korea. Rodman leads a team that includes former NBA All-Stars Kenny Anderson, Cliff Robinson, and Vin Baker. Craig Hodges, Doug Christie and Charles D. Smith are on the team, as well. They will play against a top North Korean Senior National team on Wednesday, marking North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's birthday. Rodman is the highest profile American to meet Kim since the leader inherited power after his father died in late 2011. Rodman calls the game his version of "basketball diplomacy." USA Today Sports

January 4, 2014 Updates
October 17, 2013 Updates

According to a source, NBA veteran Cliff Robinson will be joining the Springfield Armor as an assistant coach. The former Nets forward also helped out at one of their open tryout sessions last month. Ridiculous Upside

March 10, 2013 Updates

Carl Landry posted up Mike Dunleavy twice Saturday night and couldn't back him down. Dunleavy told me his secret afterward: "I played with Cliff Robinson, one of the best post defenders ever, my first couple of years in the league. Skinny as I was, I was getting posted up all the time by pretty much everyone. One day after practice he showed me a few techniques and ever since, it's been a little better." He added, somewhat jokingly, "You get over 30 years you get some old-man strength, too." Both Landry and Dunleavy are listed as 6'9", but Landry is 248 pounds while Dunleavy is 220. Watching Dunleavy work, Robinson taught him about leverage -- keeping his upper body straight up, but utilizing his legs at an angle, like tipping a chair against a door. Sulia

May 21, 2012 Updates

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