About Cliff Robinson Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Cliff Robinson is a retired American professional basketball player of the National Basketball Association. He played as forward for several teams in the league; the Portland Trail Blazers, Phoenix Suns, Detroit Pistons, Golden State Warriors and the New Jersey Nets. Robinson hails from Buffalo, New York. He attended college at the University of Connecticut where he was remarkable for playing collegiately in the said university.
At 6 ft. 10 in. and 225 lbs. Robinson began his professional basketball career after being drafted by the Portland Trail Blazers in the 1989 NBA Draft where he was the second round pick of the team. Robinson played with Portland for eight seasons and helped Portland reach the NBA finals two times in 1990 and 1992. One of Robinson’s career highlights with the Trail Blazers was winning the 1992-93 Sixth Man of the Award. On August 1997, Robinson signed as free agent with the Phoenix Suns where he stayed for four seasons. Robinson’s career highlight with the Suns was in January 2000, by registering his career-best fifty points versus the Denver Nuggets. After his four season stay with the Suns, he was dealt to the Detroit Pistons in 2001 for John Wallace. After two years with the Pistons, Robinson was traded in 2003 for Bob Sura of the Golden State Warriors. And on February 2005, Robinson was dealt to the New Jersey Nets and was then released on July 2007.
Having your own memorabilia collection is a great way of commemorating the games of your favorite NBA superstars. You can do this by purchasing autographed basketballs, autographed NBA jerseys, and autographed NBA photos of your favorite NBA players. You can also purchase framed NBA photos, plaques and collages to add life to your collections.