Thomas Robinson managed four points and two rebounds for the Brooklyn Nets in their loss Wednesday to the Hornets.
Robinson has appeared in every single game for Brooklyn this year, but it has been limited to 11.6 minutes per game. He's currently the backup power forward to Thaddeus Young, and is averaging 3.3 points per game. Robinson is in a position to work himself into an increased role, but it remains to be seen if he will do so in the near future.
Thomas Robinson was unable to score in his nine minutes Monday against the Bucks, but pulled down two rebounds.
Robinson has seen playing time in all four of the Brooklyn Nets ' games this season, and Monday's was the lowest of them all so far. He played 15 minutes in each of the first three games and was a bright spot on Oct. 31 against the Grizzlies where he scored eight points and grabbed 12 rebounds. He should continue to be a part of Brooklyn's rotation and possibly be in position to increase his role as the team is fairly limited when it comes to big men.
Thomas Robinson started at center on Monday and put up 15 points (6-12 FG, 3-4 FT) nine rebounds and two steals in a preseason loss to Boston
Robinson started in place of Brook Lopez and put in a nice performance. With that said, he had the lowest plus-minus in the game and that represents just how poor his defense can be at times. The youngster has had a problem finding a home and carving out a significant role and it appears that'll be the case here again in Brooklyn.
Thomas Robinson returned to action on Wednesday and snagged 12 boards and a steal while scoring two points (1-5 FG) in a 109-105 loss to Boston.
Robinson returned tonight after a minor wrist injury and the rebounds would indicate that the wrist is just fine. The young former top pick has been moving from team to team in his short career and he hopes he's found a home here in Brooklyn. He is currently behind Thaddeus Young on the depth chart and they provide very similar profiles, except for the simple fact that Young is just a better player than Robinson.
Brooklyn Nets center Thomas Robinson (wrist) expects to return to preseason action Sunday against the Philadelphia 76ers , per Tim Bontemps of the New York Post.
Robinson hasn't been officially ruled out for Wednesday against Boston, but since he's only been able to practice a couple days since suffering the minor right wrist injury, he might be held out as a precaution.
The well-traveled Robinson has been arguably the team's best big man off the bench this preseason and might have vaulted ahead of Andrea Bargnani in coach the rotation.
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