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The NBA D-League boasts plenty of attractions, including Nate Robinson, who is proving himself as must-see basketball entertainment on a nightly basis.

We've seen Robinson rise up and elevate in the NBA Dunk Contest, but he proved this weekend he has no problem staying low. The 5-foot-9 guard used his small stature as an asset during a weekend matchup between Raptors 905 and the Delaware 87ers.

Caught in a double-team trap, Robinson weaseled his way out of a tight situation. While most basketball players would look to split the trap or pass to a teammate, Robinson found a different route.

Guarded by 7-foot-3 Edy Tavares, Robinson went through Tavares' legs and exploded towards the basket.

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Robinson didn't knock down the shot after the nifty "nutmeg" move, but he was fouled on the play.

Sometimes, it pays to be the little guy.