"My kids are going to love this little fella," said James, feeding Robinson bits of food he grabbed from the post-game, locker room spread. "Look how tiny he is. He's adorable."
James then called his kids and told them he had a surprise for them and that he'd be home soon. He then quickly dressed without showering, picked up his bag with Robinson inside it and exited for the players' parking lot.
"They're going to love playing with him," said a smiling James, on the way out. "I just hope they don't get too attached. I can't keep him. He has a home in Chicago."
Picture Nate Robinson Tattoo from Hell
All basketball nets should be replaced with flaming mesh bags.
Even Tiger Woods doesn't celebrate this poorly.
Picture The Best Dream Shaq Ever Had
If this was Inception, Shaq's dreams would go deeper into a deep-dish pizza.
According to reports, a New York man named Nate Robinson has jumped up into the air and placed a basketball down through a steel hoop hung with netting.
An arena full of people were on sight to witness this incredible feat, and Robinson received an award at the conclusion of the show for his remarkable efforts.
"I can't even describe what I saw," said one dumbfounded eyewitness. "It was truly incredible, this slam dunk jam shot. If only such magic of exactly the same variety was able to be seen dozens of times each night on television, the world would be a far better place."
While Robinson failed several times to successfully complete a slam jam, his other attempts were enough to gain rousing applause.
"I was wondering if it was worth it to spend $175 for a ticket to come here," said another fan. "Oh, but it was. It definitely was. I mean, I saw a man dunk a basketball. With my own eyes! Live! I've got a story to tell for the rest of my life."
Other fans who have also recently come out of 55-year comas, or been released from jail for the first time since the mid-'50s were amazed, too.
"What's next? He jumped very high, almost up to the heavens," said one. "I believe anything is possible now. I bet humans could even go to the moon. And I bet we'll do it in my lifetime!"
August 21, 2009 Column
Tweet of the Week
Tweet of the Week
From @nate_robinson AKA New York Knicks guard Nate Robinson
Cops pulled me over cuz my windows were 2 dark(but my windows were down) lol how funny is that.. SMH<- that's crazy!
Aug 18 2009 (later deleted by @nate_robinson)