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Nate Robinson battling pain in foot

12.01.10 at 11:12 pm ET
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Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers yells at guard Nate Robinson after Robinson was charged with a technical foul during the fourth quarter in Game 4 of the NBA basketball finals against the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday, June 10, 2010, in Boston.

Nate Robinson (right) has been battling pain in his foot for the last five games. (AP)

Celtics backup point guard Nate Robinson played a season-low 3:33 against the Trail Blazers on Wednesday night, which begged the question: What’s wrong with Nate?

According to Robinson, he’s been feeling pain in the bottom left side of his left foot since the Celtics blowout victory against the Hawks on Nov. 22, and it acted up on Wednesday night.

“It’s been bothering me since the Atlanta game, but I’ve been trying to pull through,” said Robinson. “I’m in a little bit of pain, but I’ll be all right. I’m a tough cookie.”

While the symptoms are similar to plantar fasciitis — the same ailment Rajon Rondo battled earlier in the season — Robinson said “it’s not that.”

Rondo played a season-high 35 minutes against the Raptors and followed that with another 31 minutes a night later in Atlanta. His minutes declined in the next two games before bumping back up to 22:35 against the Cavaliers on Tuesday night.

On the second night of a back-to-back on Wednesday night, however, he played just three-and-a-half minutes in the first half and didn’t see the floor after the break. Still, Robinson doesn’t expect to miss any games, as he plans to battle through the pain.

Said Robinson: “I’m going to keep icing it, getting treatment and working.”

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