Three-time slam dunk champion Nate Robinson
won't attend the Oklahoma City Thunder's training camp.
General manager Sam Presti said in a statement Thursday night
that it's "unlikely he will have an opportunity to contribute on a
nightly basis" for Oklahoma City, and the team is working to
clarify his status for the future.
Robinson was acquired from Boston as part of the deal that
brought center Kendrick Perkins to the Thunder at the trade
deadline last season but played in only four games the rest of the
regular season and three times in the playoffs.
During the offseason, Robinson was arrested for urinating in
public outside a bookstore in a New York City suburb.