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Today’s News NBA All-Star Cliff Robinson dies at 53 in 2020

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Cliff Robinson, NBA All-Star who played with the Portland Trail Blazers and Phoenix Suns, has died at the age of 53. NBA All-Star Cliff Robinson dies at 53

Cliff Robinson, an early start in UConn’s rise to power and longtime top sixth man in the NBA, died Saturday. He was 53.

Wow. Buffalo native Cliff Robinson passed away this morning too. RIP big man. So young. 2020 is no joke.

Damn, Cliff Robinson died? He was 53…the fuck is going on? Does anyone know what happened?
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This mentions some previous health conditions, damn. That’s not old at all! Fucking life expectancy is down because of this country and for-profit healthcare 🙁

Damn, Cliff Robinson died? He was 53…the fuck is going on? Does anyone know what happened?

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E’ morto a soli 53 anni Clifford “Cliff” Robinson. Finalista NBA nel 90 e nel 92 coi Blazers. Uno dei primi “4” veramente pericoloso da 3 punti. Unico nella storia, assieme a Nowitzki e Rasheed Wallace a chiudere con almeno 1000 stoppate, 1000 palle recuperate e 1000 triple realizzate in carriera. Giocatore completo, grande difensore capace di marcare sia gli esterni che i lunghi. Suo malgrado provò a fermare Jordan in gara 1 delle Finals del 1992, quando sua maestà giocò 24 minuti indimenticabili: 35 punti con 6 triple. L’uomo con la fascetta per eccellenza degli anni ’90. Alla domanda di un giornalista “Qual è il segreto della tua longevità fisica?” rispose “L’è quattro birre alla fine di ogni partita mi hanno senz’altro aiutato”. La sua vita da ex giocatore è stata molto dura. Un infarto nel 2017, un tumore alla mandibola nel 2018, una paralisi di una parte del corpo. Se n’è andato troppo presto. Se n’è andato soffrendo. Riposa in pace Cliff. _ #cliffrobinson #lagiornatatipo

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Fuck 2020 #legendsneverdie #Kobe #Chadwickboseman #CliffRobinson #restinpeace . . @michaelrapaport

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Clifford Robinson, former NBA All-Star and Sixth Man of the Year dies at 53. Nicknamed ‘Uncle Cliffy,’ Robinson spent 18 seasons with five NBA teams, including the Portland Trail Blazers. Clifford Robinson, former NBA All-Star and Sixth Man of the Year has died at 53, the University of Connecticut basketball program confirmed the news early on Saturday morning. No cause of death has been announced. A star at UConn, Robinson played four years with the Huskies under legendary head coach Jim Calhoun, helping the team win the NIT in 1988. He later had his number retired by the program, and Calhoun called him their “first great player.” He continued, “he was a good man, had a great career, and was instrumental in a lot of the great things that happened at UConn.” After graduating from UConn, Robinson was drafted with the 36th overall pick in the second round of the 1989 NBA Draft by the Portland Trail Blazers. He grew into a key member of those great Portland teams of the late ’80s and early ’90s, helping them make the playoffs in all eight seasons he was there, including the Finals in 1990 and 1992. In 1993 he was named Sixth Man of the Year, and in 1994 he made his first and only All-Star Game, but his most lasting memories in Portland may be for his signature headbands and celebratory dance called the “Uncle Cliffy,” which later became his nickname. Following his time in Portland, he played for the Phoenix Suns, where he put together a 50-point game and made an All-Defensive Second Team in 2000, the Detroit Pistons, where he made another All-Defensive Second Team in 2002, the Golden State Warriors and the New Jersey Nets before retiring in 2007. He finished his 18-year NBA journey with career averages of 14.2 points, 4.6 rebounds, 2.2 assists, 1 block, and 1 steal per game. And at 6-10, he was one of the first big men to really stretch the floor, making 1,253 3-pointers for his career, on 35.6 percent shooting. Suspended multiple times in his career for marijuana use, Robinson became an advocate for the drug after his playing days, and opened his own line of cannabis products in Portland called “Uncle Spliffy.” He was also a contestant on the reality TV show, “Survivor,” and made a trip to North Korea with Dennis Rodman. #cliffrobinson #UncleCliffy #newsworldtoday #newstodaycnn #kingworldnews #newstodaymsnbc #Breaking news, viral news, trending news, BBC News, CNN news, mirror news, USA news, latest news, News, last news, fake news, news 2020, interesting news, daily news, realtime news, breaking news, USA news, USA today, latest news, cliff Robinson, Michael Jackson, lakers vs trailblazers, Clifford Robinson, steve cohen, union la, lewis hamilton, Raekwon McMillan, cliff Robinson NBA, cliff Robertson, cliff Robinson survivor Jerome kersey, uncle cliffy, cliff Robinson, Kobe Bryant, Michael Jackson, Kelly Loeffler, lakers vs trailblazers, steve cohen, Clifford Robinson, Raekwon McMillan, cliff Robinson NBA, cliff Robertson, cliff Robinson survivor, Robinson, uncle cliffy, Drazen Petrovic, Clifford Robinson, former NBA All-Star and Sixth Man of the Year, has died at 53, the University of Connecticut basketball program confirmed the news early on Saturday morning.

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Clifford Robinson, former NBA All-Star and Sixth Man of the Year has died at 53, the University of Connecticut basketball program confirmed the news early on Saturday morning. No cause of death has been announced. A star at UConn, Robinson played four years with the Huskies under legendary head coach Jim Calhoun, helping the team win the NIT in 1988. He later had his number retired by the program, and Calhoun called him their “first great player.” He continued, “he was a good man, had a great career, and was instrumental in a lot of the great things that happened at UConn.” After graduating from UConn, Robinson was drafted with the 36th overall pick in the second round of the 1989 NBA Draft by the Portland Trail Blazers. He grew into a key member of those great Portland teams of the late ’80s and early ’90s, helping them make the playoffs in all eight seasons he was there, including the Finals in 1990 and 1992. In 1993 he was named Sixth Man of the Year, and in 1994 he made his first and only All-Star Game, but his most lasting memories in Portland maybe for his signature headbands and celebratory dance called the “Uncle Cliffy,” which later became his nickname. Following his time in Portland, he played for the Phoenix Suns, where he put together a 50-point game and made an All-Defensive Second Team in 2000, the Detroit Pistons, where he made another All-Defensive Second Team in 2002, the Golden State Warriors and the New Jersey Nets before retiring in 2007. He finished his 18-year NBA journey with career averages of 14.2 points, 4.6 rebounds, 2.2 assists, 1 block, and 1 steal per game. And at 6-10, he was one of the first big men to really stretch the floor, making 1,253 3-pointers for his career, on 35.6 percent shooting. Suspended multiple times in his career for marijuana use, Robinson became an advocate for the drug after his playing days, and opened his own line of cannabis products in Portland called “Uncle Spliffy.” He was also a contestant on the reality TV show, “Survivor,” and made a trip to North Korea with Dennis Rodman. #NBA_All_Star #Clifford_Robinson #Sixth_Man_of_the_Year
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