Robinson scored 14 points (5-8 FG, 4-7 FT) while adding 13 rebounds, four blocks, two steals and an assist in 28 minutes during Wednesday's 126-111 loss to the 76ers.
It's only the rookie's third double-double of the season, but two of them have come in the last five games. More impressive has been Robinson's defensive efforts -- he's recorded at least one block in 13 straight games since returning to action from ankle and groin injuries, with multiple swats in 11 of them, and he's averaging 9.3 points, 6.2 boards and 2.6 blocks in 19.2 minutes a game over that stretch.
Since sitting out Feb. 3 against Memphis with an illness, Robinson has stepped back in as the Knicks' second-unit center for the past four outings and has been excellent in all of those games, despite playing under 25 minutes each time. During that stretch, he's averaging 12.3 points, 7.8 boards and 2.5 blocks while shooting 77.8 percent from the field, with his numbers in the latter three categories in particular burnishing his fantasy value. It's not unfair to treat the rookie as a must-own player in 12-team formats at this point, even though he's unlikely to unseat DeAndre Jordan in the starting five.
Robinson recorded 15 points (7-9 FG, 1-1 FT), seven rebounds, and three blocks in 22 minutes during Saturday's 104-99 loss to the Raptors.
Robinson was extremely efficient offensively while swatting three blocks for the second straight game. He has combined to post 39 points on 16-of-21 from the field and seven-of-nine from the free throw line to go along with 23 boards, eight blocks, and one assist in 61 minutes across the last three contests. Starting center DeAndre Jordan will likely continue to earn more minutes. However, developing Robinson is clearly a priority for the team, as evidenced by the decision to release Enes Kanter and the fact that Luke Kornet has been a healthy scratch twice in the last three tilts.
Robinson accumulated 11 points (3-5 FG, 5-7 FT), six rebounds, an assist and three blocks across 15 minutes Friday against Detroit.
Robinson saw a slight decrease in minutes but still managed to finish in double figures for the second straight contest. He figures to remain the backup center moving forward after the Knicks acquired DeAndre Jordan from the Mavericks, so it could be difficult for Robinson to produce even at this level on a nightly basis.
Robinson accounted for 13 points (6-7 FG, 1-1 FT), 10 rebounds and two blocks across 23 minutes Tuesday against Detroit.
Mitchell returned to the lineup after a one-game absence due to an illness to outproduce starter DeAndre Jordan in points, rebounds and blocks while playing just one less minute. There's a solid chance Jordan is moved again at some point this season, a move that could advance Robinson to the starting five ahead of Enes Kanter, who's struggled to find the court in 2019. For now, however, the rookie center appears slotted in as the backup and can be expected to continue producing at his current rates of 5.3 points, 4.1 rebounds and 2.0 blocks in 17.2 minutes per game.
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