“He represented US Navy, IMAGINE!” ‘Fake’ David Robinson was thrown under the bus by an old lady for being a RACIST

“He represented US Navy, IMAGINE!” ‘Fake’ David Robinson was thrown under the bus by an old lady for being a RACIST

David Robinson

In addition to becoming a highly wealthy businessman, David Robinson was a very accomplished NBA player. Although Robinson has a reputation as one of the nicest individuals in the NBA, he recently claimed that some people still see him and assume the worst of him just because he is black.


In actuality, San Antonio has played host to one of the most respected NBA players in history. For 14 seasons, the Admiral, David Robinson, who had previously served in the US Navy, was absorbed with the Spurs. Robinson has consistently been a gentleman and had a solid track record for being a decent man because even after leaving the NBA, Robinson has maintained his success story.

He is a founding partner of a prosperous, 17-year-old investing company but Robinson claimed that despite all of his celebrity and success, people are still terrified of him because of the color of his skin.

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“The Admiral”- San Antonio Spurs’ star – David Robinson

As unique a big guy as you’ll ever find, David Robinson was a physical freak and a force on both ends of the floor. Robinson played collegiate basketball at the U.S. Naval Academy before being selected first overall by the San Antonio Spurs in the 1987 NBA Draft. Robinson didn’t make his NBA debut until 1989 due to a two-year Navy commitment. Robinson helped the Spurs win two NBA championships. He was the NBA’s Rookie of the Year after playing in all 82 games and averaging 24 points and 12 rebounds per game. Robinson topped the league the next season by averaging 13 rebounds per game in 82 games.

With a scoring average of 29.8 points per game in the 1993–1994 season, he was the league’s top scorer and was classified as an equally adept player on defense and offense. Because of his time spent serving in the U.S. Navy, Robinson earned the moniker “The Admiral.” He was a 10-time NBA All-Star, the 1995 NBA MVP, a two-time NBA champion, an Olympic gold medalist twice, and a two-time inductee into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Being selected to the NBA 50th Anniversary and 75th Anniversary Teams recognized him as one of the league’s all-time great players. 

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Robinson’s history of facing racism

David Robinson was the target of a racist accusation in 2020. When an elderly white woman ran into Robinson, she claimed him she was afraid he was trying to rob her, according to Robinson. He asserted that despite receiving a lot of attention as a result of George Floyd’s death, stories of this nature have always existed. “Part of the challenge is to help people understand that this is not just happening now. It’s bubbling to the surface more, but black people are aware of this all the time,” he told CNN. Robinson has had a distinguished career, yet he continues to encounter bad circumstances.


With his private equity company Admiral Capital Group, which primarily invests in real estate projects, privately held sports and entertainment firms, and franchise possibilities in popular restaurant chains, Robinson is attempting to make a difference. The group puts back into local communities, especially in education, with a part of the income it gets from its transactions. When it comes to assisting the black community, Robinson has stated that education is essential. Institutional racism is still a significant issue in America, as seen by the Minneapolis assassination of George Floyd.

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