- Number: 55
- Position: Guard-Forward
- Height: 6'7"
- Weight: 215
- Years Pro: 1
- Date of Birth: 4/22/94 (York, Maine)
- Prior to NBA: Michigan
Duncan Robinson Bio
Was not drafted by the NBA out of college in the 2018 NBA Draft…signed a two-way contract with the HEAT on July 10, 2018…signed by the HEAT to a standard NBA contract on Apr. 9, 2019.
Split the season between the Miami HEAT of the NBA and the Sioux Falls Skyforce of the NBA G League…appeared in 15 games (one start) with the HEAT and averaged 3.3 points (.391 FG%, .667 FT%), 1.3 rebounds and 10.7 minutes…did not miss any games due to injury but missed 38 games while on G League assignments, 26 games as a DNP-CD and three games as a healthy scratch on the inactive list…scored in double figures once…made his NBA debut on Oct. 24 vs. New York and his first career start on Feb. 25 vs. Phoenix…started all 33 games in which he appeared with the Skyforce and averaged 21.4 points (.514 FG%, .803 FT%), 4.3 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 36.9 minutes…did not miss any G League games due to injury…earned All-NBA G League Third Team honors…was selected to the G League All-Rookie Team…was named to the Mid-Season All-NBA G League Western Conference Team…finished second in the G League in both three-point field goals made and three-point field goal percentage…his 157 treys set a Sioux Falls single-season franchise record…his 48.5 percent three-point accuracy is the highest career percentage in Skyforce history…led the Skyforce in scoring 12 times…scored in double figures in all 33 games he played, including 22 games with at least 20 points and a pair of 30-point performances…scored at least 20 points in each of his final 11 games with Sioux Falls (Jan. 16-Mar. 19)…recorded his G League career high in points (36) on Mar. 19 at Oklahoma City…grabbed double-figure rebounds once and posted one double-double…hit multiple treys in 32 of his 33 games, including 19 games with at least five treys…hit at least one three-point field goal in 20 consecutive games from Nov. 2-Jan. 8…hit a career-high 10 three-point field goals on Dec. 10 vs. Agua Caliente…NBA Season Highs: 15 points (at Brooklyn, Apr. 10), five rebounds (at Brooklyn, Apr. 10), three assists (at Brooklyn, Apr. 10), two steals (at Brooklyn, Apr. 10) and 36:00 minutes (at Brooklyn, Apr. 10).
Played four seasons between the University of Michigan and Division III Williams College…appeared in 147 games (80 starts) and averaged 11.0 points, 3.4 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 27.0 minutes while shooting 48.6 percent from the floor, 42.7 percent from three-point range and 87 percent from the foul line…transferred to Michigan after spending his freshman year at Williams…in three seasons at Michigan he appeared in 115 games (49 starts) and averaged 9.3 points, 2.5 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 24.9 minutes while shooting 45.5 percent from the field, 41.9 percent from three-point range and 86.4 percent from the foul line…finished his career fourth on the school’s all-time three-point field goal made list…led the Wolverines to the NCAA Tournament in each of his three seasons and helped capture two Big Ten titles…led the Big Ten in games played in all three seasons at Michigan and led the NCAA as a senior…finished his career ranked third in the Big Ten in three-point field goal percentage…was selected the Big Ten Sixth Man of the Year as a senior while serving as a tri-captain and helping lead the Wolverines to the NCAA Championship game…captured Michigan’s Sixth Man Award as a junior and helped the Wolverines win a Big Ten Championship and earn a Sweet Sixteen berth in the NCAA Tournament…won Michigan’s Outstanding Free Throw Shooting Award as a sophomore…redshirted the 2014-15 season at Michigan…began his college career at Williams during the 2013-14 season, appearing in 32 games (31 starts) and averaging 17.1 points (.557 FG%, .878 FT%), 6.5 rebounds, 1.8 assists, 1.19 blocks, 1.13 steals and 34.7 minutes…was named the Division III Rookie of the Year and a Division III All-American while leading Williams to the 2014 NCAA Men’s Division III Basketball Tournament championship game…was named to the Final Four All-Tournament team…set the Williams College single-season record for minutes played and became the first player in school history to score at least 500 points in a season.
Full name is Duncan McBryde Robinson.…nickname is “D-Bo”…is the son of Jeffrey and Elisabeth Robinson…has a brother (Eli) and a sister (Marta)…graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in Sports Management…in his free time he enjoys playing other sports, doing yoga and hanging with friends…his favorite sport other than basketball is football and his favorite team is the New England Patriots…when he made his NBA debut on Oct. 24, 2018 he was the first former Division III player to appear in an NBA game since Devean George made his debut in 1999-00…joined Big X, a team of former Big Ten players, in The Basketball Tournament 2018…when his playing career is over he would like to start his own charity focused on affordable housing and youth programs…has participated in the HEAT’s Back to School event each of the past two years handing out school supplies and welcoming students to class…grew up in New Castle, N.H. where his Maude H. Trefethen Elementary School 6th grade graduating class consisted of four students…began his high school career at The Governor’s Academy (Byfield, MA) before a postgraduate season at Phillips Exeter Academy (Exeter, NH) where he led his team to a New England Preparatory School Athletic Council Class A championship in 2013 and claimed tournament MVP honors…wears size 13 sneakers.
|MIN||36:00, at Brooklyn (4-10-19)|
|FGM||5, at Brooklyn (4-10-19)|
|FGA||12, at Brooklyn (4-10-19)|
|3-PT FGM||3, at Brooklyn (4-10-19)|
|3-PT FGA||9, at Brooklyn (4-10-19)|
|FTM||2, at Brooklyn (4-10-19)|
|FTA||3, at Brooklyn (4-10-19)|
|OR||1, two times (last: at Brooklyn, 4-10-19)|
|DR||4, two times (last: at Brooklyn, 4-10-19)|
|TOT||5, at Brooklyn (4-10-19)|
|AST||3, at Brooklyn (4-10-19)|
|STL||2, at Brooklyn (4-10-19)|
|TO||2, at Brooklyn (4-10-19)|
|PTS||15, at Brooklyn (4-10-19)|