Sunday, December 1, 2013

Nate Robinson believes officials hate him

Nate Robinson thinks he's not getting officiated correctly.  (USATSI)

Nate Robinson believes every man on the court wearing black slacks and a whistle is out to get him.

After receiving a technical foul in Friday's game, Robinson spoke with the media and divulged his belief that officials have some sort of hatred toward him.

“They hate me, they hate me,” he said. “I don't know why, but it is what it is. I already know I've got the target on my back, but I'll play through it; I don't care. I really don't. It doesn't bother me none. If I get a call, I get a call. If I don't, I don't. If I get a tech, hopefully it's not in the fourth quarter. Hopefully I don't get any more. But I know I will. It's nothing new for me.”

Robinson was upset by a series of plays in which the Knicks aggressively attacked Robinson without sparking a foul call. Naturally, Robinson was slapped with a technical foul a short time later.

Will his comments draw a fine from the league, though?

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