Watch: Nate Robinson talks his time in Boston, Uncle Drew & more

Former Boston Celtics guard Nate Robinson recently participated in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame's Sixty Days of Summer series of talks on the heels of his participation in the Uncle Drew movie.

He has a lot to say about what he's been up to, from his experience in the movie and his background as a drama major (insert joke here) at the University of Washington, to his high school experience playing in two basketball hotbeds (Oakland, California and Seattle, Washington), all the way back to the present and his current efforts in the Big3 league.

He also speaks on how important football was to his formative years, and how he could have ended up in that sport instead, and his love for his time with the Celtics.

There's even a little bit on the "Shrek and Donkey" moment between he and Glen "Big Baby" Davis.

Watch the video above to catch the whole talk, it's a good one.

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