3. Duncan Robinson
Duncan Robinson has offered real value from the bench already, averaging 11.4 points per game and nailing 37.7% of his 3-point attempts so far -- both improvements from last season.
On the night Herro limped off the court, Robinson wasn’t quite as effective on 3s. After netting 18 points against the Wizards and 12 against the Lakers, Robinson went 3 for 7 and delivered just nine points in 35 minutes in Memphis.
As a growing offensive threat, Robinson should explore more of his passing skills with Herro out. Robinson averages two assists per game but has had games where he's made that more of a focal point (six vs the Wizards, three vs the Lakers). There are signs he can begin to replace some of Herro's playmaking, especially as a pick-and-roll partner with Bam.
But most importantly, Robinson's 3-point shooting is in dire need now with Herro -- the team's leading 3-point shooter -- out.