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August 15, 2011 at 7:33 AM

State Of Nate: Former UW star Robinson debuts reality show

Former Washington star Nate Robinson launched an online reality show called State of Nate last week that takes a look into the life of the three-time NBA slam dunk champion.
With the NBA reaching day 46 of its lockout and there appears to be no immediate resolution to the labor dispute, players have a lot of free time. In addition to tweeting with Seahawks coach Pete Carroll about trying out for football and traveling to Indonesia, Robinson, an Oklahoma City Thunder backup guard, has chosen to document his life.
In the premiere episode (above), he opens up about his friends and family, especially his three children. The eight-minute clip is also a tribute to Seattle basketball and includes appearances from local hoops stars such as Jamal Crawford, Terrence Williams, and Anthony Washington.
The show is produced by T.J. Regan.
MONDAY MORNING LINKS:


— USC received 29 points from Jio Fontan and 12 points and 10 rebounds from Aaron Fuller to knock off Pindamonhangaba for a 60-51 victory in Sao Paulo on Sunday in the first game of a 10-day exhibition trip in Brazil.
— Led by 25 points from sophomore guard Allen Crabbe, California defeated the Solna Vikings 89-71 on Sunday in Stockholm, Sweden. Jorge Gutierrez sprained his ankle last week and did not play while newcomer Justin Cobbs, a transfer guard from Minnesota, added 12 points and six assists.
— Lots of new faces at Oregon, but two junior college transfers (Carlos Emory and Tony Woods) may not attend the team’s trip to Italy next week.
— Washington State Ken Bone expects Faisal Aden to become a prominent scorer next season and fill the scoring void created when Klay Thompson left early for the NBA draft. Bone also said Reggie Moore needs to work on his defense and he expects newcomer Mike Ladd to make an immediate impact.
— Former Hawaii guard Bo Barnes transferred to Arizona State, but will sit out next season.

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