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David Robinson will represent the Spurs at the 2022 NBA Draft Lottery

The San Antonio Spurs have announced legendary center David Robinson will represent the organization at the 2022 NBA Draft Lottery. The Silver and Black went 34-48 during the regular season and lost to the New Orleans Pelicans in the first round of the play-in tournament, missing the playoffs a third consecutive year for the first time in franchise history.
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David Robinson

Recently retired from the company his father, Howard, founded in 1953—the same year he was born—Cleveland native David Robinson guided Robinson Electric to becoming one of Mississippi’s most successful privately-owned companies. Its unmatched integrity and professionalism mirrors Robinson’s own character, mindset and personality. “My father worked...
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Kings County Sheriff David Robinson endorses Sarah Hacker for Kings County District Attorney.

Kings County Sheriff David Robinson endorses Sarah Hacker for Kings County District Attorney in the 2022 race. Sheriff Robinson says, “I am honored to endorse Sarah for Kings County District Attorney. We worked side by side in the DA’s office before I was elected Sheriff. She has the knowledge and experience to do an excellent job! Please join me in voting for Sarah Hacker for District Attorney on June 7, 2022.”
Buffalo News

David Robinson: Signs of progress for the Buffalo Niagara job market, but uncertainty looms

There are hopeful signs that the Buffalo Niagara region has shaken off the stagnation in hiring that held back the local job market for most of last year. But there’s also cause for discouragement in the January jobs report Thursday from the State Labor Department. Revised data, based on more complete employment reports from companies, shows that the region still has nearly 36,000 fewer jobs than at the start of the pandemic – a much bigger gap than the initial reports indicated.

What if the Spurs Passed on David Robinson in 1987?

For most of our living memory, the San Antonio Spurs have showcased brilliance and excellence as one of the best-run organizations in all professional sports. As silly as it sounds, the brilliance of the Spurs’ organization plus some lottery luck are the only reasons the Spurs still call San Antonio home in the first place. The first move the Spurs made toward their reputation was when they drafted David Robinson first overall in the 1987 NBA Draft.
Community News

Day-Tripping with Rustic Woodworker David Robinson

It’s a recent sunny Saturday morning, temperatures in the teens. Even though it’s been cold, the noted Trenton-based rustic woodworker David Robinson and I have decided this is the best day for our day-trip. When I pull into the lot behind his shop at 2 Pearl Street in...

David Robinson

The San Antonio Spurs took a gamble when they selected David “The Admiral” Robinson with the No. 1 overall pick in the 1987 NBA Draft. The 7-foot-1 center was the reigning NCAA Player of the Year, but he had attended the United States Naval Academy, which typically required graduates like Robinson to serve a five-year obligation in the military as an officer. According to the league rules in 1987, Robinson would have been able to re-enter the draft rather than sign with the Spurs once his military service was complete.