Earlier this year, Denver Nuggets guard Nate Robinson suggested he wanted to play for every team in the NBA.
Right now he’s probably just wishing he could play.
Robinson took a nasty step on Wednesday evening and had an MRI on Thursday morning. The results have yet to be publicly released, though the fear is Robinson has an ACL injury and could miss the remainder of the season, this according to the Denver Post.
More important for long-range planning, Nate Robinson might miss the rest of the season with an ACL injury.
There’s no confirmation of such from the Nuggets as of yet, though the fact they fear an ACL injury obviously isn’t good.
With Robinson out for the foreseeable future, it’s expected Denver will activate Andre Miller. What that means for Miller’s trade status is unknown considering the Nuggets don’t have the luxury of point guard depth now with Robinson sidelined.
Regardless, tough blow for Denver and Robinson who has played very well this season.