Robinson totaled eight points (4-4 FG, 0-1 FT), six rebounds, two blocked shots, an assist and a steal across 16 minutes in Monday's 127-109 loss to the Thunder. Although this feat wasn't anywhere close to the record set by Bubba Wells, who fouled out in three minutes to curtail a Jordan-led Bulls team in the '90s - but fouling out with only 16 minutes on the court is definitely a special skill. Robinson played in his second game back from a groin injury that sidelined him for 13 games. His impact moving forward is unclear, but he'll likely sit at the end of the bench behind Noah BVonleh and Enes Kanter.
Robinson (groin) played 10 minutes and provided four points (2-2 FG), two rebounds and one block Thursday in the Knicks' 101-100 loss to the Wizards. Robinson had missed the Knicks' previous 13 games with a sprained ankle and then the groin issue but was cleared for the London matchup after practicing earlier this week without any complications. Unsurprisingly, Robinson didn't play major minutes in his return, with coach David Fizdale instead leaning heavily on Luke Kornet and Noah Vonleh at center. The Knicks were without the services of Enes Kanter on Thursday, so Robinson's path to meaningful playing time could become more muddled in the team's next game Monday against the Thunder, when Kanter is expected to be available.
Robinson (groin) will be available for Thursday's game against the Wizards, Steve Popper of Newsday reports. After going through practice Wednesday and shootaround Thursday morning, Robinson has been deemed fit to play for the game in London. Given that Robinson has been out for the last month, the Knicks will likely ease him back into the rotation, meaning Luke Kornet and Noah Vonleh could see most of the minutes at center for now, especially with Enes Kanter not making the trip.
Robinson (groin) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Wizards in London, Marc Berman of the New York Post reports. Robinson has been sidelined for the last month, first due to a sprained ankle that had fully healed before he tweaked his groin during a practice in Los Angeles about two weeks ago. Per Chris Iseman of The Bergen Record, the big man now has a good chance of returning to action Thursday after putting in some 5-on-5 scrimmage work earlier this week. Coach David Fizdale will likely wait to reassess Robinson in Thursday's morning shootaround before rendering a verdict on his status, but the rookie would presumably re-enter the rotation if available. The Knicks have only two other centers available (Luke Kornet and Noah Vonleh) after Enes Kanter didn't make the trip to London after failing to secure a visa.
Robinson (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the 76ers, Chris Iseman of The Bergen Record reports. Robinson still hasn't appeared in a game since suffering an ankle sprain Dec. 14 against Charlotte, although now it appears he's battling groin soreness. With Enes Kanter (illness) listed as doubtful for Sunday's tilt, look for Luke Kornet to shoulder the load at center.
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