Heather Lufkins Wiki, Age, Cliff Robinson Wife, Instagram, Net Worth, Family, Children, Survivor

Heather Lufkins Biography – Heather Lufkins Wiki

Heather Lufkins Robinson (born Heather Lynn Lufkin) is the wife of Clifford Robinson, a former American professional basketball player who played 18 seasons in the NBA. She is the founder and CEO of Robinson Network; a corporation that assists celebrity and professional-athlete found charity organizations and Robinson Entertainment LLC., a sports and entertainment firm.

Cliff Robinson Wife Heather Lufkins

Heather Lufkins and Clifford Robinson were married from September 21, 2003, until his death on August 29, 2020.

Heather Lufkins Age

Heather Lufkins’ age is unknown. Her husband Clifford Robinson died on August 29, 2020, at the age of 53.

Heather Lufkins Children

Heather Lufkins and Clifford Robinson had twin sons, born in 2006. They have 5 other children between them from previous relationships.

Cliff Robinson Death

Cliff Robinson passed away on August 29, 2020. He was 53. UConn Men’s Basketball announced his death on Twitter. The team tweeted: “The UConn Basketball family mourns the loss of a legendary player and person, Clifford Robinson. Our thoughts and prayers are with Cliff’s family at this difficult time. Rest In Peace, Cliff.”

The Portland Trail Blazers said in the following statement: “The Trail Blazers organization is deeply saddened by the passing of Trail Blazers great Cliff Robinson. Robinson started his career in Portland in 1989 and stayed for eight seasons before continuing his 18-year career in the NBA. His personality and energy were unmatched, and his contributions on the court were unmistakable, helping the Trail Blazers into the playoffs each of his eight seasons with the team. His streak of 461 consecutive games played with the Trail Blazers still stands as a franchise record, which is a testament to his hard work and dedication to the team. We extend our heartfelt condolences to Cliff’s family and loved ones. Uncle Cliffy will be greatly missed by the Trail Blazers and all of Rip City.”

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