- Report: Miami Heat not willing to part with Tyler Herro, Duncan Robinson and Precious Achiuwa for Bradley Beal
- Report: Miami Heat list 11 players on injury report ahead of game vs. Detroit Pistons
- Erik Spoelstra refuses to use ‘fatigue’ as excuse for Miami Heat’s recent losses
- Video: Chris Silva obliterates Joel Embiid with nasty block during Heat-76ers game
- Here’s the ridiculous package the Rockets wanted from the Heat for James Harden
- Report: Duncan Robinson now eligible for bigger contract after meeting ‘starter criteria’
- Report: NBA executive pegs Miami Heat as potential destination for P.J. Tucker
- Report: Victor Oladipo still hopes to join Miami Heat despite trade to Houston Rockets
- Jimmy Butler says Miami Heat still believe they should have won championship against Lakers
- Here’s the definitive reason why the Miami Heat weren’t serious contenders to trade for James Harden
Miami Heat News: Duncan Robinson Breaks Single-Season NBA Record
- Updated: March 6, 2020
…and there's a lot of season left to play ? pic.twitter.com/4KHqRDp2Rt
Robinson is one of the NBA’s more intriguing Horatio Alger-type stories in recent years. Although he was a good 3-point shooter at the University of Michigan, he was otherwise unremarkable.
Every NBA team passed on him during the 2018 NBA Draft. A few weeks later, the Heat decided to take a chance on him by signing him to a two-way contract.
They saw enough promise in him to convert his deal into a standard one in April of last year. This year, he has reciprocated that trust and belief.
Robinson is averaging 13.0 points a game this year on 46.5 percent shooting and 44.6 percent from 3-point land.
He has blossomed to the point where, at times, he has been a thorn on the sides of opposing coaches.
After the Heat’s 116-113 win over the Orlando Magic on Wednesday, Magic head coach Steve Clifford admitted that his team had no answer for Robinson.