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At 5'9", 180 pounds, Nate Robinson is one of the smallest players in the history of the NBA. Even in such a diminutive package, though, he is a mountain of energy and intensity.
He has to be filled with the aforementioned qualities to perform at such a high level in the 2013 postseason. Robinson endured the flu, a busted lip, a roster of teammates crippled by a plethora of injuries and the intensity of a second-round playoff series.
Amidst those impediments, he still produced a humongous performance against the Brooklyn Nets.
Robinson's 34 points in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference playoffs was one of the best postseason performances you'll see, all things considered. For the series, he averaged 17.2 points per game.
In addition to lighting the Nets up on the scoreboard, Robinson proved there's a lot of power in that compact body. Ask C.J. Watson how strong he is.
The former Washington Huskies defensive back bodyslammed Watson onto the scorer's table during a skirmish in the series.
The 28-year-old pogo stick still has plenty bounce and aggression left in the tank. He's taking his talents to the Mile High City this year.