Miami Heat: Duncan Robinson Role In Rotation… Preeminent Knock Down Shooter

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Andre Iguodala #28, Duncan Robinson #55 and Jimmy Butler #22 of the Miami Heat react
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Duncan Robinson‘s role in the Miami Heat rotation is, pretty much, the same as it has been for the past two years. But, now there are more expectations due to Robinson’s new $90 million dollar contract.

Contract or not though, Robinson needs to be on the floor more and stay out of foul trouble along the way.

Yes, everyone knows what Robinson provides with his shooting and his spacing when he is on the floor.

From standing in the corner, running around three times to get open once and of course, his and Bam Adebayo‘s world famous dribble-handoff, he gets it done from deep. Defensively, Robinson has also improved to be a solid defender.

With the way Robinson shoots the ball, him being an average defender is more than acceptable. What isn’t acceptable though, are the little reach-in foul’s that Robinson gets called for.

Let’s dive deeper.

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