Celtics  point guard Nate Robinson  has been a spark plug this postseason, picking up where starter Rajon Rondo  leaves off. In Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals, Robinson came in when Rondo landed on the ground hard and came up sore, and the three-time slam dunk champion helped eliminate the Magic by racking up 13 points, two assists and a steal in 13 minutes. In Game 2 of the NBA finals  against the Lakers, Robinson helped again by having a perfect shooting night: 2-for-2 field goals, including a 3-pointer, and 2-for-2 on free throws.
Even with his support off the bench, Robinson does not have guaranteed job security with the C’s. With the season soon coming to a close, he was asked about his future plans  by AOL FanHouse’s Chris Tomasson.
‘I feel wanted here,’ Robinson said. ‘This group of guys, this team, this organization is good for me. They’re high class, man. They keep it 100 percent [real] with you. Doc [Rivers ] keeps it 100 percent. He tells you straight forward what he wants. I like that.’
When Robinson was asked about his 4½-year experience with the Knicks, his review wasn’t as glowing. ‘They treated me good, but at times I felt like they didn’t,’ Robinson said. ‘But it is what it is. Sometimes it’s like your mom and your dad. You don’t communicate all the time being on the same page. But you move forward. I’m moving forward and not looking back.’
If the 5-foot-9 University of Washington alum couldn’t return to the Celtics, he isn’t sure where he’d want to go next. One thing is for sure, though, he definitely isn’t running short on the child analogies: ‘I want to be able to play somewhere that somebody wants me,’ he said. ‘You kind of look at it like being in an orphanage and somebody wants to come and adopt you. So, whoever that NBA family that wants me and loves me and they want me for who I am.’
Finally, he was asked about what he would take from his time in Boston. ‘This whole season has been a roller coaster for me,’ Robinson said. ‘It’s kind of been like at an amusement park. You never know what to expect, what curve or what dip. But day to day, it’s been fun.’