How the NY Knicks helped the Boston Celtics get to the NBA Finals

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How the NY Knicks helped the Boston Celtics get to the NBA Finals
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It’s been a season of memorable highs and forgettable lows for one Nathaniel Cornelius Robinson.

After enjoying his best season in 2008-09, where he averaged 17.2 points and 4.1 assists per game and won his second Sprite Slam Dunk Championship, Robinson re-signed with the New York Knicks for one year and his star appeared to be on the rise.

But on December 1, 2009, Robinson’s world took a drastic turn for the worse when he became persona non grata in Knicks head coach Mike D’Antoni’s playing rotation. The 25-year-old Robinson would not see a single minute of action for 14 consecutive games due to irreconcilable personality differences between player and coach.

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