Nate Robinson Might File A Grievance

by May 08, 2010

Nate needed to play in Boston’s remaining 28 games to earn the bonus. He played 21-straight games before falling into Doc Rivers’ doghouse two weeks before the end of the regular season. Via the Globe: Robinson’s agent, Aaron Goodwin, facilitated the deal with the Celtics in hopes of getting his client that additional $1 million. Now his representatives are attempting to determine whether the $1 million the Celtics saved prevented them from exceeding the NBA luxury tax, which would cost the team $2 million for surpassing $71 million in player salaries.”