Duncan Robinson (Miami) returned to the court after a long absence, but his performance was still disappointing.
The Miami Heat lost 105-116 in an away game against the Brooklyn Nets in the 2022-2023 NBA regular season held at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, USA on the 16th (Korean time). Miami fell to 7th place in the Eastern Conference after losing two straight games. Bam Adebayo struggled with 24 points, 13 rebounds and 6 assists, but Jimmy Butler (13 points and 6 assists) was silent and lost.
Miami, which has been showing problems in offense throughout the season, heard good news of a comeback. Shooter Robinson returned after 20 games. Robinson has been sidelined due to finger surgery. Robinson’s most recent game was against the Los Angeles Clippers on the 3rd of last month.
Robinson has been in a slump all season. He averaged 6.9 points, 1.9 rebounds and made just 33% of his 3-pointers, and was even left out of the rotation. His comeback was also disappointing. He played 23 minutes, but only had 6 points, 3 rebounds and 2 assists. Only 2 of 7 of his 3-pointers were successful.
Miami is in a situation where key guards such as Kyle Lowry, Tyler Hiro, and Victor Oladipo are out due to injuries. Miami hoped for the return of Robinson, but Robinson’s performance fell short of expectations.
The process of making the 3-point shot was good, but he ignored the rim every time, and in defense, he became the target of the opposing team’s focus. 메이저놀이터 Brooklyn attacked Miami by immediately attacking Robinson when Robinson entered the court. Cam Thomas had a lot of fun playing aggressively against Robinson.
Even if Robinson is sluggish, Miami has no choice but to use it. Because there are no players who can run. Miami has no players to play, so the reality of Miami is to fill up the roster by calling up from the G League. Even if Robinson doesn’t bounce back like he did in his prime, he’ll be a big help if he puts in just one or two 3-pointers per game. Will Robinson be able to add a lot of strength to Miami, the ‘injury ward’?