Robinson tallied 12 points (6-8 FG, 0-1 FT), 10 rebounds and one block in a loss to the Kings on Friday. Robinson registered double-digit points for the second straight game after failing to do so in each of his previous three contests. He added 10 boards en route to his third double-double of the campaign. Though the third-year center isn't much of a fantasy asset when it comes to scoring and is a poor free-throw shooter (46.4 percent), he remains a viable fantasy option due to his ability to contribute respectable per-game stats in the areas of rebounding (8.4) and blocked shots (1.8) while shooting a high percentage from the field (66.1 percent).
Robinson finished Monday's game against Orlando with six points (2-5 FG, 2-6 FT), 10 rebounds, a steal and a block. The big man scored in single digits and failed to record an assist for the third straight game, but his fantasy value lies in his rebounding, blocks, steals and field goal percentage. On the season, Robinson is averaging just under 2.0 blocks per game -- he's been fine, but most fantasy managers hoped for gaudier numbers since Robinson is playing nearly 30 minutes per night (up from 23.1 MPG last season).
Robinson (knee) will start Monday's game against Orlando. A sore right knee made Robinson a game-time call, but after going through warmups, he'll be in the lineup at his usual center spot. Robinson finished Sunday's win over the Celtics with eight points, seven boards and two blocks in 24 minutes of action. He's recorded at least one block in every game since Jan. 4.
The Knicks are treating Robinson (knee) as a game-time decision ahead of Monday's 12 p.m. ET tipoff with the Magic, Mike Vorkunov of The Athletic reports. Robinson is nursing a sore right knee in the aftermath of Sunday's 105-75 win over the Celtics, with the injury briefly forcing the center to the locker room. According to Vorkunov, Robinson was able to take part in the Knicks' walk-through early Monday, suggesting his knee isn't a major concern. That said, the Knicks may not be keen on rushing Robinson back to action for the second half of a back-to-back set, so it wouldn't be surprising if he were ultimately inactive for the contest. If that's the case, Nerlens Noel would likely move up to the top unit and absorb most of the minutes at center.
The Knicks list Robinson as questionable for Monday's game against the Magic due to a sore right knee. Robinson required a brief trip to the locker room during Sunday's 105-75 win over the Celtics, so his appearance on the injury report a day later isn't too surprising. The Knicks won't hold a morning shootaround ahead of the second half of the back-to-back set, so clarity on Robinson's status for Monday's contest may not arrive until shortly before the 12 p.m. ET tipoff. If Robinson can't go, Nerlens Noel would likely pick up the start at center.
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