| PPG||10.0 |
| RPG||2.70 |
| APG||0.9 |
| EFF||+ 8.44|
Jan 10, 1973
6-7 / 2,01
240 lbs. / 108,9 kg.
In 2003-04, his first season with the 76ers, missed 40 games (37 due to injury; three due to NBA suspension) including the last 20 games.
On March 6, 2002 vs. the LA Clippers, Robinson became the second leading scorer in franchise history, scoring career point 11,596 to pass Sidney Moncrief.
He became the 159th player in NBA history to pass the 12,000 career point mark in the season finale at Detroit on April 17, 2002.
Two-time All-Star (2000 and 2001) registered eight points, four rebounds, one assist, one steal and one blocked shot for the 2001 Eastern Conference All-Star Team.
Scored 28 points on 2/13/01 vs. Philadelphia to become the fifth player in Bucks history to score 10,000 career points
Passed Junior Bridgeman (9,892 points) for fifth on the Bucks' all-time list in points scored when he had 25 at Minnesota on 1/29/01>
Also passed Ricky Pierce (1,749 FTM) for fifth on the Bucks' all-time list in free throws made when he shot 9-for-13 from the line at Minnesota on 1/29/01
Passed Terry Cummings for seventh on the Bucks' all-time list in field goals made vs. Detroit on 1/27/01
Named NBA Player of the Week (Dec. 11-17) after averaging 28.0 ppg and 10.0 rpg as the Bucks went 3-1
Moved into seventh on the Bucks' all-time list in minutes played vs. Orlando on 12/26/00
Scored a career-high 45 points vs. Golden State on 2/25/01, the first Buck to score that many points since Ricky Pierce scored 45 on 12/5/89
In 1999-2000, ranked 16th in the NBA in points per game (20.9) and second on the Bucks
Led the Bucks in scoring (18.4 ppg, 19th in the NBA) and ranked 2nd on the team in free-throw percentage (.870, 7th) and rebounds (5.9 rpg) in 1998-99
Scored a game-high 26 points and matched his career-high with 17 rebounds in a 79-75 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on 4/23/99
Closed the 1997-98 season as the Bucks' all-time franchise leader in three-point attempts (776), 2nd in three-pointers made (264) and 11th in scoring (6,412 points)
Led the Bucks and ranked 2nd in the NBA in 1997-98 with 41.0 mpg
Recorded a 1997-98 season-high 42 points (17-29 FG, 3-4 3FG, 5-6 FT), five rebounds and three assists against the Chicago Bulls on 1/2/98
Reached career-highs in 1996-97 with a team-leading 21.1 ppg, 68 blocked shots, .465 field-goal shooting and .350 three-point shooting
Named NBA Player of the Week for the week ending 1/12/97, averaging 25.3 ppg, 6.8 rpg and 3.5 apg in 4 games
Posted a career-high 44 points and 6 assists against the Washington Bullets on 12/7/96
Notched the first four-point play of his career and the eighth in Bucks history, totaling 37 points, against the Philadelphia 76ers on 1/17/96
Named to the 1996 United States Olympic Basketball team on 7/30/95, but was forced to withdraw on 6/25/96 due to injury
Named to the 1994-95 NBA All-Rookie Team after leading all rookies, and the Bucks, in scoring with 21.9 ppg
Only two-time winner (December, April) of Schick NBA Rookie of the Month honors in 1994-95
Posted a team-high 21 points, four rebounds and three assists in the Schick Rookie Game during the 1995 NBA All-Star Weekend in Phoenix
Recipient of the 1994 John Wooden Award as the nation's top college basketball player