The next installment of Rip City Magazine Rewind is Volume 1, Issue 2 which will take the fans inside the mind of the then-third year forward, Cliff Robinson. The versatile big, capable of playing all three front court positions was Portland's jack of all trades player off the bench who instantly became a fan favorite. All throughout the Memorial Coliseum, fans young and old could be spotted in the crowd showing their support for "Uncle Cliffy" by wearing his trademarked headband.
During this Q. & A. with Cliff Robinson, fans will get to go back in time and get an insight on how he felt coming off the bench, what goals he set out for himself during the 1992-93 season (his average skyrocketed from 12.4 ppg to 19.1 ppg), and what the fan support means to him among other things.
So without further ado, here is Ken Vance's One ON One interview with Cliff Robinson
Photo Gallery: Cliff Robinson Through The Years
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