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Nate Robinson coming back to Boston

According to multiple reports, the Boston Celtics will be reunited with a familiar face. No, it is not as big of a return as LeBron James to Cleveland, but Celtics fans will be happy to know that Nate Robinson was recently traded to Boston in exchange for Jameer Nelson.

Robinson who is just 5ft9 has won the NBA Slam Dunk competition three times in his career (most recently in 2010) and has averaged 5.8 points per game with 2.3 assists per 14.1 minutes of play. He has struggled a bit from the floor and owns a .348 field goal percentage on the year. In the past, Robinson played 81 games for the C's in parts of two seasons (2009-2010, 2010-2011).

Nelson who a guard for the Celtics was dealt to the Denver Nuggets. He is averaging 6.8 points per game (.343 field goal percentage) with 4.4 assists and 2.8 rebounds per 24.3 minutes.

According to some reports, Robinson will not be staying for long. There is the possibility that the Celtics may try and sell Robinson to a contending team.

As long as Donkey (Robinson) will be in Boston for a bit, the team might as well go out and get Shrek too (Glen "Big Baby" Davis).