The Golden State Warriors have kept themselves somewhat occupied this off-season as they look to fill their final roster spots. Although it appears that they haven’t yet filled the position, they are undoubtedly exploring all options.
Former NBA Slam Dunk champion Glenn Robinson III will work out in private with NBA veterans for the Golden State Warriors, according to a report from Michael Scotto of Hoopshype.
Robinson, a 6’6″ small forward/shooting guard who is 29 years old, most recently played for the Sacramento Kings in the NBA’s 2020–21 season. During the NBA regular season of 2014–15, he spent his rookie year with the Minnesota Timberwolves. Since the 2020–21 season, Robinson has spent almost three years away from the league. He shot 46/37/78 from the field for a lifetime average of 5.9 points and 2.6 rebounds. He has a respectable shooting range and is a very athletic addition to any team.
Glenn Robinson III has practically played seven seasons in the NBA, but he hasn’t had much success there. When under pressure like that, players either perform better or give up. For him, this opportunity with the Golden State Warriors might be one of his last. When Dwight Howard joined the NBA champion Lakers for the 2020 season, it was evident with him. I hope Robinson takes advantage of this chance and disproves his detractors.