Nate Robinson Taunts Steve Novak with Aaron Rodgers’ Belt

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You get that? Follow along with me. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is known for popularizing the belt as a touchdown celebration.

New York Knicks forward Steve Novak, who played at Marquette and is a Wisconsin boy, started doing the belt last season after hitting a big three. Somewhere along the line, Novak got in a feud with Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson.

Last night, the Bulls played the Knicks and Robinson hit some threes — one with Novak in his face. On that one, Robinson immediately turned around and gave Novak the belt, which was pretty hilarious.

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On the other occasion, Robinson hit a three and then repeatedly did the belt, which may have been taking it a little too far.

So, maybe time for Rodgers to get a new celebration?

(Via LBS)

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7 Comments on "Nate Robinson Taunts Steve Novak with Aaron Rodgers’ Belt"

  1. Mike R

    So gay, that it has been done by about 30 other athletes since Rodgers brokw it out a couple years ago. Fucking iconic would probably be more accurate. Stick to your Vikings websites please. I am sure there is plenty to discuss about your future with Ponder and Cassel, and about the true meaning of the word skol.

    • Savage57

      The iconic Viking TD celebration requires two players – one to pitch and one to catch as they act out how they’ll be ass-hammering each other after the game.

  2. Don Q

    DD talks negatively about gay people like it’s wrong to be gay. Is it wrong to be black, hispanic, asian, or indian too DD! Fucking racist biggot! I hope you enjoy getting cornholed by Hitler in hell you prejudiced fuck!

  3. Tucson Packer

    Why does Rodgers need to get a new celebration? Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Besides, everyone is sports-land knows whose belt that is.

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