WHITE PLAINS — NBA point guard Nate Robinson made quite a splash on Main Street early Friday when police said he was spotted urinating on the sidewalk outside the City Center.
The 5-foot-9 member of the Oklahoma City Thunder, who has also played for the New York Knicks and Boston Celtics, was arrested shortly before 2 a.m. after cops said he was seen doing his business outside the Barnes & Noble store at 230 Main St.
He was taken Police Headquarters where he was issued a ticket charging him with a public urination violation. Robinson was released on $100 bail and is due in City Court on June 22. The violation normally carries a $50 fine. Police said he gave a Seattle, Wash., address.
Robinson, 27, one of the shortest players in the NBA, won the "Rising Stars Slam Dunk Contest" during All-Star Weekend during his 2005-06 rookie season with the Knicks. He was traded to the Celtics in February 2010 and, later that month, after playing 26 games for Boston, was traded to the Thunder
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