Nate Robinson has been vocal for weeks about wanting to return to the NBA and has taken the next step in that pursuit.
Robinson on Thursday signed a contract with the NBA Development League, his agent, Herman Manakyan, told The Vertical.
Robinson will formally enter the D-League’s available player pool once his letter of clearance returns from Israel, where he played for Hapoel Tel Aviv last season. Oklahoma City, Erie, Texas, Fort Wayne and Grand Rapids hold the top priorities in the D-League waiver order.
Source: Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports
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