Cavs Assistant Had To Google Duncan Robinson As He Torched His Team

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Cavs Assistant Had To Google Duncan Robinson As He Torched His Team


After going undrafted in the 2018 NBA draft, Duncan Robinson earned himself a two-way contract with the Miami Heat, due to some great performances in the 2018 Summer League. When Robinson then made his NBA debut, he became the first former Division III player to play in the NBA since Devean George in 1999.

While Robinson only played 15 NBA games in his first season, the Miami Heat wanted to keep their young prospect and let his contract become guaranteed in this past offseason. This season, Robinson has been part of the Heat rotation in every game, and even has been a starter in his past couple of games.

Yesterday, against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Robinson had a first half he won’t forget too quickly. The sophomore was on fire in the first half with eight 3-pointers before halftime, including seven 3-pointers in the second quarter. He finished with a career high 29 points in the victory.

But even though he has played in every game this season, a Cavaliers’ assistant seems to have had a hard time identifying the man who was torching them. This led to an him googling the stats of Miami’s leading scorer for the game. – ‘Who in the hell is this kid?!’

He even typed his name incorrectly.


He should have just asked his head coach, John Beilein. He would have known for sure, as he was Robinson’s coach in college.

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