Former Portland Trail Blazer Cliff Robinson was hospitalized on March 8, after suffering a minor brain hemorrhage. He has since been recovering from the sudden health crisis. It comes as a relief to learn that “Uncle Cliffy” is doing much better now. Robinson is out of the hospital and even attending playoff games, according to Trail Blazers digital reporter Casey Holdahl.
FYI: Cliff Robinson is out of the hospital and attending playoff games— Casey Holdahl (@CHold) April 24, 2017
Robinson, 50, has been a staple of the Portland community since he donned the red and black in 1989. He played eight seasons as a Trail Blazer. After retiring from NBA basketball in 2007, he settled in the Portland area and is presently known for his advocacy of medical and recreational cannabis policy reform.