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Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Grabs 10 boards in return
Robinson racked up seven points (3-4 FG, 1-2 FT), 10 rebounds, one assist and one steal across 29 minutes during Wednesday's 110-96 loss to Miami.
After missing Monday's game at Cleveland with an ankle injury, Robinson was back in the starting lineup, and he saw a full workload with fragile big man Nerlens Noel (knee) sidelined yet again. It would be a stretch to say Robinson was a bright spot in the blowout loss, but he was the only Knicks starter to finish with a plus/minus of better than minus-27.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Good to go Wednesday
Robinson (ankle) is available for Wednesday's game against the Heat.
As expected, Robinson will suit up following a one-game absence and will presumably start. As a starter this month, he's averaging 11.9 points, 9.0 rebounds and 1.0 blocks in 26.2 minutes.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Should play Wednesday
Robinson (ankle) is expected to play Wednesday against Miami, Marc Berman of the New York Post reports.
Robinson is officially questionable ahead of Wednesday's matchup, but coach Tom Thibodeau indicated that he expects the center to suit up. The 23-year-old was unavailable for Monday's loss to Cleveland but will likely reclaim his starting job if he's ultimately cleared to play Wednesday.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Questionable Wednesday
Robinson (ankle) is questionable for Wednesday's game against the Heat.
Robinson was also tabbed questionable for the Knicks' contest against the Cavaliers on Monday and ultimately didn't play. Hence, expect Nerlens Noel (knee), who's questionable as well, to start once again if the Kentucky product is cleared to go. Robinson's status in Wednesday's game will likely be a game-time call.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Ruled out vs. Cavs
Robinson (ankle) will not play Monday against the Cavaliers due to a sprained left ankle, Tom Withers of the Associated Press reports.
After entering the day with a questionable designation, Robinson, who turned his ankle against the Clippers on Sunday, will ultimately miss his first game since Jan. 2. Assuming Nerlens Noel (knee) is cleared to play, he'll likely get the start at center in Robinson's place.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Gets questionable tag for Monday
The Knicks list Robinson (ankle) as questionable for Monday's game against the Cavaliers.
Robinson's injury designation comes as little surprise after he wasn't able to return for the second half of Sunday's 110-102 win over the Clippers after spraining his left ankle earlier in the contest. In a post on his personal Twitter account after the game, Robinson labeled his injury as "just a little tweak," which suggests he's avoided a long-term setback. While that's positive news, Robinson could be at risking of missing the second game of the back-to-back set, in which case Nerlens Noel (knee) -- who is listed as probable -- would likely pick up the majority of the minutes at center.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Done for Sunday's game
Robinson won't return for the second half of Sunday's game against the Clippers after suffering a left ankle sprain earlier in the contest.
Prior to his departure, Robinson tallied eight points (3-6 FG, 2-4 FT), eight rebounds and two assists in 16 minutes. The fourth-year player picked up his ninth straight start Sunday, but the injury will put him at risk of missing the second half of the Knicks' back-to-back set Monday in Cleveland, and perhaps additional contests to follow. Fortunately for the Knicks, Nerlens Noel (knee) was cleared to return from a four-game absence Sunday, restoring some depth at the center position. If Robinson is forced to miss time, Noel and Taj Gibson would likely split the minutes at center.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Heads to locker room
Robinson went to the locker room after appearing to suffer a left leg injury during Sunday's contest against the Clippers, Fred Katz of The Athletic report.
Robinson dove for a loose ball and appeared to get tangled up with Luke Kennard before leaving the game with a noticeable limp. The starting big man had eight points, right rebounds and two assists in 16 minutes before exiting. If he's unable to return, Taj Gibson and Nerlens Noel will have to handle the center duties for the remainder of the game.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Second straight double-double
Robinson notched 19 points (9-10 FG, 1-1 FT), 10 rebounds, two blocks and one steal in 26 minutes during Wednesday's 108-85 victory over the Mavericks.
Robinson now has two straight games with a double-double and multiple blocks, and the big man is making his presence felt on both ends of the court. While he's not the most polished offensive player out there, Robinson has scored in double digits in four of his last eight contests and has been remarkably efficient throughout the campaign. He's making 79.1 percent of his field-goal attempts.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Double-doubles with four blocks
Robinson provided 13 points (4-4 FG, 5-9 FT), 11 rebounds, four blocks and one steal in 32 minutes during Monday's 111-96 victory over the Spurs.
Robinson had one of his better games in a favorable matchup against Jakob Poeltl and the Spurs. While the double-double was nice, the fact he accumulated five defensive numbers while logging 32 minutes was perhaps more impressive. His playing time has been a source of frustration for anyone invested in him, so perhaps this is a turning point moving forward.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Logs 25 minutes Tuesday
Robinson closed with eight points (4-5 FG) and eight rebounds in 25 minutes during Tuesday's 104-94 victory over the Pacers.
Robinson was cleared to return earlier in the day, coming off the bench in the victory. There is a decent chance he moves back into the starting lineup for the next game, although given Tom Thibodeau's fascination with Taj Gibson, who can really be sure. Either way, Robinson will look to improve on this performance when the Knicks host the Celtics on Thursday night.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Will play Tuesday
Robinson (conditioning) will play Tuesday against the Pacers, Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News reports.
Robinson missed just one game due to COVID-19 protocols. With Nerlens Noel (conditioning) out, Robinson will likely draw the start in his return. Before his absence, Robinson started the previous five games and averaged 8.4 points, 9.6 rebounds and 1.4 blocks in 26.4 minutes.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Exits protocols, questionable Tuesday
Robinson cleared the NBA's health and safety protocols Monday and is listed as questionable for Tuesday's contest against the Pacers, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports.
It's unclear if Robinson registered a false positive or not, but he only spent two days in COVID-19 protocols. In any case, since Nerlens Noel still remains in the protocols and is listed as out for Tuesday, Robinson will likely draw the starting nod at center if he's cleared to play against Indiana.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Enters health and safety protocols
Robinson has entered the league's health and safety protocols.
It's not clear whether Robinson has tested positive for COVID-19, but he'll join several of his teammates in the league's health and safety protocols. Taj Gibson and Kevin Knox should see plenty of work in the frontcourt while the Knicks are shorthanded.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Pulls down 18 boards in win
Robinson logged 14 points (7-8 FG, 0-2 FT), 18 rebounds, one block and two steals over 32 minutes during Tuesday's 96-88 win over Minnesota.
This was easily one of Robinson's two or three best games of the season, as he took advantage of a shorthanded Timberwolves team to post his highest points-plus-rebounds total (32) of the campaign. When the Knicks were at full strength earlier this month, Robinson was coming off the bench behind Nerlens Noel, but with Noel in COVID protocols, Robinson has started the last three games. Noel, who entered protocols last Wednesday, figures to return sometime later this week, so how the minutes break down between the two big men will be worth monitoring.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Big double-double in win
Robinson chipped in 17 points (8-9 FG, 1-2 FT), 14 rebounds, three blocks and one steal across 25 minutes during Tuesday's 105-91 win over the Pistons.
Robinson made a major impact off the Knicks' bench, hauling in six offensive rebounds en route to a team-best plus-24 in the box score. His nine field goal attempts marked a season high. Robinson has put forth arguably his best games of the season with the Knicks depleted, but even with a shorthanded roster, Robinson never sees more than 30 minutes. Still thoroughly outplaying Nerlens Noel, Robinson's performance Tuesday is indicative of his rest-of-season ceiling.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Bounces back with big line
Robinson finished Thursday's 116-103 win over Houston with 17 points (8-8 FG, 1-1 FT), nine rebounds, three blocked shots and one steal over 30 minutes.
Robinson entered the contest with just 19 combined points over his previous four games, but he was perfect from the field Thursday for a season-high 17 points. The big man also tied for the team lead with nine boards and contributed three blocks. Robinson's lack of scoring makes him a frustrating player to roster in fantasy, but he has shown the ability to be a steady contributor of boards and swats when he is given 20-plus minutes of court time.... See More ... See Less
Knicks' Mitchell Robinson: Hits rock bottom Tuesday
Robinson closed Tuesday's 105-96 loss to the Warriors with two points (1-2 FG), two rebounds and one block across 14 minutes.
Robinson's night is barely worth mentioning, walking away with basically zeroes across the board. Since moving to the bench, he has struggled to have any sort of meaningful impact, something that is right in line with what the Knicks are doing as a team right now. Unless you are desperate for blocks and boards, Robinson is probably a player who can be dropped in competitive formats.... See More ... See Less
|HT/WT: 7-0, 240 lbs|
|Birthplace: Pensacola, FL|
|School: Western Kentucky|