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Topic - David Robinson
Several inches of snow falling across much of southern New Jersey on Monday was expected to place this season's unrelenting winter as the eighth snowiest in the state in the last 120 years.
David Robinson was 37 years old when he rode off into the NBA sunset with a fresh Lawrence O'Brien trophy under his arm and his legacy as the greatest player in San Antonio Spurs history firmly intact.
If not for his height, David Robinson might easily be mistaken for any other San Antonio Spurs fan at AT&T Center on game night. He has season tickets in the second row, directly across from the Spurs bench, and regularly attends games with his sons.
Dennis Rodman, Jamaal Wilkes and Tex Winter were among 12 finalists announced Friday for induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame.
"It's one of the more disruptive winters of the last several decades," New Jersey state climatologist David Robinson said.
"It's one of the more disruptive winters of the last several decades," Robinson said. "But by no means is it the epic winter in terms of the amount of the snow that has fallen or the magnitude of the cold weather or the overall impact it has had on the state."