Pint-size Knicks star Nate Robinson was slam-dunked in the Bronx Tuesday for driving without a license.
The high-octane guard, whose driver’s license has been suspended since June for an outstanding summons, was booked Tuesday night at the 52nd Precinct stationhouse.
He held a magazine to shield his face as he hopped into a waiting car after receiving a summons.
The 25-year-old hardwood stud, generously listed by the Knicks at 5-feet-9, was pulled over about 5:40 p.m. on the Grand Concourse in Bedford Park while driving around in a 2006 Infiniti with Washington State license plates.
Cops stopped Robinson because he was not wearing his seat belt, a police source said. When officers ran his plate, they learned Robinson’s license had been suspended.
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