35 Burst results for "Duncan Robinson"
"duncan robinson" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"Effectively for Duncan Robinson would be a $50 million real money payment. Which is heavy. And I know both snubber knows that the tax John and rightfully so, but I also understand if you look at Duncan Robinson of them and say 50 million for this guy, I don't know. Especially because it's not about the money you spend, it's about what it prevents you from doing otherwise. So I still think there's a case for it, but you start to look at what the actual cost is of some of these moves. But it's huge, yeah. But that's the thing is there's no fan out there that gives a crap how much money we spend. And again, it's always been my contention. If you're a sports owner and you're looking at your bottom line, you're doing it wrong. You're not, you need to spend within whatever rules are allowed because that's the point of it. You're here to serve the fans in the fan base. You're not here to nickel and dime your way to profits. And I know some people do do that. But ultimately, that's just not what sports ownership is about. This is a vanity. This is a fun thing that billionaires do to just say that they do it. And honestly, that's really all you need. The owner is supposed to do nothing but say, here's a blank checkbook and let me get out of the way. I may jump in and say, there are certain things that I don't think represent our brand that I don't want you associated with. So an owner could veto a particular move if he didn't really want a type of person to come in here, but beyond that, they should never have the opportunity to say yes, I will spend that much money or no I won't. If it's within the rules and the person you hired to run your team thinks it makes you better, then that's what you're supposed to do..
"duncan robinson" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"Hear you're going to hear a lot about an extension, this is still more likely, I believe that he opts out and re signs worse signing any kind of extension or anything like that. I don't think it's going to be a true extension that he signed. Some people who said maybe ops in and then extends off that. I mean, it's certainly possible. And I say it all the time with Kyrie Irving. Don't rule anything out because anybody who tells you they know exactly what he's going to do is wrong. He just doesn't. That's not how he operates. He doesn't operate through the media that way or through people that way. He doesn't really send those indications himself. And as it stands today, he's the one who for about another two, three weeks. He controls, he has all the power here, because he has the player option. Once it's out of that, then it's him in the nets. Or a lot more on equal footing as far as where they want to go with the next deal. But yeah, my guess is for what most casual fans will care about. Carrie Irving will be playing basketball for the Brooklyn Nets next year. Most likely, that's where we're going to land. And that's, you know, it makes sense from the net's perspective, and then they just got to hope that everything works out. That he's available for more games, certainly than he was this year. Let's head down south. Let's go to Miami. Duncan Robinson. Talked a little bit about getting benched. I mean, he said, not playing, it sucks. Yep. Pretty true. So Duncan Robinson, he went, regular season, he played this season he averaged 26 minutes per game. Playoffs, let's see. Let me see if I can find his playoff averages this season. Bottom line, he didn't play very much at all in the last year. Basketball reference, right? Yeah. Right on that. It's just the second tab. So let's see. 25.9 in the regular season. And then in the playoffs, 12.2. So, I mean, yeah. And he had a lot of games where he just didn't play. Yeah, he only played in 13 playoff games for Miami. Right. So what do we think about Miami does with him? I mean, he's still got quite a while under contract. Yeah. It is. What happens here? Yeah, so let's put those numbers out there. Let me just get to them in my sheet. Here he's got gold forward. Four years, $74 million. Now his last year's only 9, it's 19.8, 8, 8 million, and it's only 9.888 guaranteed, so they could save 10 million, off of that. But yeah, I mean, you're talking at a minimum then three years and 60 $4 million. That he's guaranteed. That's a lot of money, right? There, because that's tough. Now, I have said this over and over again, if Duncan Robinson gets back to being the elite shooter that he was, then you're fine, especially in the regular season..
"duncan robinson" Discussed on Celtics Beat
"If they're going to be able to get him and have the coach be confident if they say, look, we're going to make sure you get your minutes and touches. During these games, the regular season games so that you're ready so that you're a viable option for us. Late in the year in the playoffs. Certainly Miami has done that with its shooters over the years. Duncan Robinson came out of nowhere and was a very important player for them for a few years here. He gave way to max truce, who was a guy that had kicked around. But certain coaches, if you got to commit to shooters, you've got to commit to getting them their touches. So, you know, are we going to see Payton Pritchard be even better for this team next year? Are you going to see Aaron nee Smith become part of the rotation or are you going to see our niece myth in a year or two come back to haunt the cell explain for someone else? Entirely possible. Max drew said big shots. It's just going to say. Hopefully good about that. I give it to me. Man, it was impressive. Because he would be called as close ice and it would hit like two or three in a row that were huge. And they were like, where the hell was this Ben? But, you know, to watch the image avante, you know, do well on their teams. I also take a lot of pride in that too. So the hardest transition for a player coming from college is in college, any guy that gets the NBA pretty much in college, he could shoot what he wanted to. The ball would be in his hands whenever he did so desire for the most part. Coming to the NBA where you're maybe the third or fourth option, which maybe you don't see the ball for a few possessions. That's another reason why ball movement and getting the ball moved around is so important because. I think unfair to expect as happened with semi auxiliary that he hadn't touched the ball for 5 possessions and he's standing in the corner we supposed to also the ball comes to him and now you haven't shot in a week and a half and can you please make this shot now. That's kind of unfair to ask. And with the ball moving more now, you see a guy like grant Williams, excuse me, essentially in the same role. But being much more effective. Just more touches. 23s in game 7? Yeah. He had a lot. I think he got him up. He's still shooting. So I only have a couple of short memory let Steve get back to his night and let people listen and get back to their lives, pardon me, but we'll get back to our lozenges. Yeah, not soon enough. Let me tell you..
"duncan robinson" Discussed on Celtics Beat
"Jimmy Butler is not LeBron James, but I was at that game in Boston when LeBron James played the greatest game he's ever played, a single handedly beat the sulfates and one that I think was the eastern finals. He won that. Yeah, he won it all by himself. Yeah. Jimmy Butler isn't going to dominate like that. But he has enough around him where is he if he's occupying enough attention? If he's going for 40 with a lot of assists and everybody's having to worry about him more so than normal, then maybe bam does have a better game now and maybe the other guys maybe Duncan Robinson and who started to play in the second half the other night, maybe he's starting to make shots and maybe he creates confidence in them that they didn't have before. Maybe he's making plays on defense, which he can do. You know, he can create instant easy baskets at the other end with the way he steals the ball with his instincts. So that to me is the one way I can see the narrative being changed a little bit. Maybe not throughout the entire series because we've seen playing against the Celtics. It's hard to make it last. It's hard to endure for 7 games. It's hard to play at that high level at both ends of the floor. For the entirety of a series. But we're talking about the next few games in Boston. How can the heat grab one and really make it the series? That's how it would be through Jimmy Butler. There were many stories into game two, obviously, you know, beginning with Derek white and his unavailability, obviously in understandably, going back to Boston for the birth of his child, for all the idiots out there that were saying you don't do that. I mean, I just, I don't even have time for you, but Al Horford obviously overcoming whatever it was. I mean, we still don't know publicly or on the record if he is vaccinated..
"duncan robinson" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"Offensively, they couldn't get anything going. And now I don't know if you guys saw, but PJ Tucker getting an MRI on his knee, that's not going to help them. They had to go to Duncan Robinson in the second half to try to get going and just wasn't there. So that's interesting, Bobby, because you mentioned those two. Those are two things I wanted to kind of lump together. Heat goes on and it blows up in their face and they play the Duncan Robinson card, hoping to spark them and it doesn't make it doesn't make a lick of difference. And those are two gimmicks, you know, like you always talk about teams that have to rely on stuff like zone. When you start going into your bench and playing guys who haven't been in your rotation to try to figure stuff out, that's not a great sign. It means you're searching. It means you're not really satisfied with what you have out there and you're trying anything. And I know it's only one game, but between that and the zone, spoelstra has to go into his bag and he used up two tricks and it didn't do a frigging thing for you. So what else is next? You know, are you gonna just be able to run out my guys versus your guys? If the Celtics are fully healthy and have Derek white back and feel good enough about that, I mean, we saw that with Milwaukee Budd was looking for the right rotations all series long and he couldn't figure out which lineup to go with and whichever he went with, you'd be like, ah, but I don't love this. And I don't love that. And you're wondering if Miami's gonna run into these problems here if the Celtics have all their guys. And go ahead. Yeah, he killed thinner right now, especially if they were stuck. Yeah, I mean, and the other thing that I thought really stood out in this game was that he may make some pretty obviously adjustments that Miami couldn't adapt to like running guys a lot of baseline rather than just running them. They're actually looking to score. It reminded me of an old Doc Rivers office where Avery Bradley, that was literally the only way everybody was scored. We saw that with grant, we saw that with Tatum and Marcus smart was against the guy engineering that. That's a wrinkle there for a team that is locked into fish as Miami to not be able to stop that when Boston went that. That's a problem. So when you start looking at the adjustments that Miami is going to have to make at the defensive end of the floor and then you look at the fact that you might not have PJ Tucker and you might have to play Duncan Robinson more. They're in trouble. They're a serious and think about it. We played 8 quarters. Self interest of one, I think pretty clear it's 6. Probably 7. That's what we were talking about last game Sharon. I know John went crazy a little bit there when I said, oh, they won three quarters, but again you just saw. Let me ask you this. Did they hear him play the Celtics even for two quarters tonight? Because the score says they did, and they certainly did not. I'm not even talking about that. I know, but that's what I mean is like it was close. It was competitive, even though the Celtics played well in the first half and during the heat came and just destroyed them and the only portion of the game that really mattered. And that really was it. It was competitive. I don't think winning a quarter by three points and saying like you're dominating everything. I'm talking about the first half..
"duncan robinson" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast
"Don't expect him to score like that every single game, but in terms of being a guy who can defend at a high level and shoot threes, he can do those things and alongside Luca, who plays a very LeBron esque role on the Mavs, while that works out pretty well, doesn't it? You surround LeBron with some guys who can do those types of things? Well, you're going to be in good shape. So, Dorian Finney Smith, great example exactly that type of player that you're looking for. Joe aparicio said Duncan Robinson, yet Duncan Robinson is a guy who I mean, he's not the rotation right now for the Miami Heat. He's got a lot of money left on his contract. In fact, let me double check here. I think he has four years left. But he's got a lot of time left under contract and a lot of money too. So Duncan Robinson, yes, four years after this season still under contract, you've got the final season isn't fully guaranteed, but you've got 16.9 million 18.1 million 19.4 million. That's a lot of money for a guy who can't even get off the bench in this playoff series. And he's not terrible. He just was great like the last series. So Duncan Robinson is a guy who's interesting, but how badly did the Miami Heat want to move him? And if you're the Lakers, do you want to absorb that much money for Duncan Robinson? His main skill is three point shooting. It was three point percent of drops at all. He becomes much less valuable. If you look, this season went from 44% two seasons ago, 41% last season down to 37% this season, and that is impacted his overall effectiveness as a player. That's something to consider. When you have a guy who's main value on the floor, is there shooting? You have to know that sometimes shooting isn't always a sticky stat. It's something where if a guy shoots 44% from three, that doesn't mean you're going to get 44% from three next season. Rebounding is a bit more sticky. Like if a guy grabs ten rebounds, one season, if you give them the same minute, same opportunities in a still relatively healthy, you're probably going to get a similar production the next year. That's the way it goes. It's more of a sticky stat. Shooting percentages not so much, especially three point shooting percentages. You can get some variation there. And because of that, you look at Duncan Robinson, who when he signed his contract, he thought, okay, this is a pretty good value for a guy who's an absolute sniper. Now you have to question if he's only at 37% three point shooter, is he worth that contract? Probably not. Probably not. Now, are you working in a rust trade? Okay, maybe it's a three team deal somehow, you figure something out there. All right, you know, I would listen. But I'm not rushing out to go get Duncan Robinson at this point, even though the Lakers could use shooting, that salary is one where you've got to be convinced, hey, this guy's going to be a really good shooter from here on out. Because if this shooting slide continues, 44%, then down 41%, 37%. If he's a league average three point shooter next season, and I think he's better than that..
Robinson makes eight 3s, Heat top Hawks 115-91 in Game 1
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Booker has 23 points in return, Suns roll past Heat 111-90
"Devin Booker returned from NBA protocol also scored twenty three points as the sun's ratted the heat one eleven ninety Booker also had nine assists and eight rebounds as Phoenix won a battle of conference leaders he missed the sun's previous four games due to virus related issues McHale bridges finished with twenty one points as the Suns improved to a league best fifty three and thirteen the Andrea Ayton had nineteen points on nine of ten shooting and ten rebounds for Phoenix Duncan Robinson had a team high twenty two points for Miami which lost for just the third time in fifteen games I'm the very
Heat hold off Irving's charge, hand Nets 11th straight loss
"Bam Adebayo delivered nineteen points and fourteen rebounds as the heat handed Kyra Irving in the nets their eleventh consecutive loss one fifteen one eleven Duncan Robinson finished with seventeen points shooting six of ten from three point range we were able to play with pace in the Boston out of Florida and that's more just for us to guard because we just have so many different looks on but you know down the stretch of games you know teams are gonna let you do that necessarily Irving almost single handedly led Brooklyn to victory scoring twenty of his twenty nine points in the fourth quarter after the nets trailed by twenty one in the third camp Thomas hit a three pointer in the final minutes to get the nets with that one but a later passed by Thomas was stolen and led to two free throws by PJ Tucker I'm the ferry
"duncan robinson" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"What up? What up? Jimmy toscano, Joseph pavon, Bobby Manning, joining from the garden in a little bit. Celtics beat the heat one 20 two. It wasn't very hot. Put it that way. It wasn't a hot heat, but again. You know, like, it's a bummer. No, look, you want wins. You want Celtics are playing well. You wanted to see them play a good team. And they didn't get a chance to because, you know, butler and Lowry and they had a whole bunch of people out PJ Tucker. So it was a bit of a bummer in that regard, but again, you're trying to stack up wins. You'll take it. But still, even with the guys who are out, 30 point win, man, wired a wire, and again, this game was 32 32, you know, in the second quarter after that 16 to one heat run during the Dennis minutes and then after that, frigging couple lamo, you know? 90 60, the rest of the way. They put the hammer down. Yeah, they did. I mean, I'll be honest after that heat come back. I was like, wow, really? Like, 17 point disappeared just like that. That's a good way. Yeah. They came back. They settled the settled the nerves, I guess you could call it and Marcus smart and the rest of those guys got into their groove and like we said. I mean, the heat, as good as they are, you know, you're down your two best players, you know, bam out of bio can only do so much, especially when. They were missing. They look like the Boston Celtics out there in that, especially in that fourth quarter. They couldn't hit anything. I mean, hero was missing, Duncan Robinson looks like a shell of himself now. He might have to go back to blogging or whatever it was he was thinking about doing before the MBA. But credit to this man, I mean, they beat the crab and they needed to beat the crap out of..
Heat waste most of big lead, hold on to top Lakers 113-107
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Heat ride hot shooting to 123-100 win over the Suns
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"duncan robinson" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"There's just something different about a guy who didn't play the game. That's not unique to me as a gambler. That's unique to analytics people. Yes. Nerds, whatever nerds versus jocks, it's kind of like a tale as old as time. It's the one instant that I thought was the funniest. This was like peak dismissive bob. I would suppose, was I'd been trying to convince people that Duncan Robinson was a player we should trade for sign, whatever. There was no real chance that it was going to happen. So I just kind of forgot about it. But we're playing a game in Miami. We lose someone comes up to me with a box score and marks right behind him. And like did you see that? And I was like, did I see what? I honestly had no idea what they were talking about. And he was like, one for 7. And I was like, one for what? What one for something? Your guy, he went one for 7. He's never going to be an NBA player. I was like, who the fuck are you talking about? And it was Duncan Robinson. I was just like, are we having this conversation? This guy played like 20 minutes, took 7 NBA three point shots. And I think the comment was like sometimes you have to be willing to admit when you're wrong. And I was just like, look, I can admit when I'm wrong, but this is just nonsense to me. We have reams and reams of data to show that this guy can shoot, not even just like, but just from film work. I think a lot of the things that I've bruised a lot is this idea that I was just like spreadsheet jockey or whatever. I watched a lot. And so just the idea that we would judge a guy on an NBA court on a three point shot that has massive amounts of variance to begin with. Had he gone three for 7, that would be great. How do you go on adding on two for 7? But he went one for 7. I was like, I can't deal with this. I think my words were like, yeah, I can't deal with this when I walked away. That's.
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Herro, Robinson each score 26, Heat roll past Pacers 125-96
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Vincent, Robinson lead short-handed Heat past 76ers 101-96
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Robinson scores season-high 26 points, Heat beat Bulls
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"duncan robinson" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"That's a little dramatic, but maybe save your career from an injury. We could definitely say that. There is a massive NBA fandom amongst the world's biggest football players. And I know you spent time with the likes of Paul Pogba. You're obsessed with the game he plays. What can you tell us about what you've learned about footballers reciprocal fascination with hoops culture? I think that there's just a mutual respect. I think that there's so many more similarities that would maybe meet the eye in terms of how the games are played. And I think that the reliance on teammates, particularly in basketball and football alike in that no one player can dominate. You need to build a chemistry builder rapport, the best teams have that. Obviously, they have ability and skill, but they also have all those things off the pitch off the court that contribute to winning as well. So I think just in general, having the opportunity to see these guys and interact with them, just briefly here and there before or after a game has definitely been special just because I'm such a big fan. It's one thing to grow up a basketball fan and now have the opportunity to compete against guys that you grew up watching, but particularly for merely soccer growing up, it felt so foreign and so distant to me. So to be in these settings where I can interact and, in some ways, view them as counterparts and peers has been pretty special. Duncan, your journey has been special. It's one that's taken a lot of courage to be both a city and a spurs empathizer takes even more courage though toward your singular journey to success. And there's something I read about you that I do admire that when you were feeling challenged in your college days, you take a moment to listen to the late author David Foster Wallace's renowned 2005 commencement speech at kenyon college called this is water. A complicated speech, which is about thinking differently, working on awareness and being a conscious participant in your own life. Can you take us to those moments? Because I am fascinated what particular aspect of the speech spoke to you that's a big time question. You know, that speech in particular had heard that early on in my high school career. It's something that stuck with me for a long, long time. It's sort of been my creed, if you will, in that it's guided me through many times where whether it be adversity or just the feeling of this day in and day out, you know, I think that we all experience and I'm always taking new things away from it. And that's one thing that I think is in particularly special about it. Is there so much depth there? And there's so much to unpack. You know, for me, I think probably the biggest one is just being a little bit more in tune with your surroundings and just being a little bit more conscious in the settings and the people that you're around and having empathy I think is a word that particularly now in today's climate and times is incredibly important. Just understanding that in all likelihood, you know very little about other people and it's important to recognize and acknowledge that and treat everybody with a level of respect. It's helped me a ton. And I think that if you learn and once again, I'm not trying to stand over here preaching. These are all his thoughts that I just like to pass off as what I've learned. But if you do that, that seemingly meaningless moments are seemingly meaningless interactions can be full of great value. So it's something that I've loved to have guide me throughout my career and I've certainly gained a lot of wisdom from it. Oh, two empathy. Duncan Robinson, I would love you. I love also the query that the capital T truth is about life before death. You really are Duncan Robinson and American original to you. Your NBA team yet English Premier League teams to your family to your health to your happiness Duncan courage. Thank you, Raj for having me. It's surreal to be here and chopping it up with you. NBA hoops, Premier League football and David Foster Wallace Duncan Robinson is nothing if not well rounded. I absolutely love that conversation. Before we go, a quick shout for all of these camerano interviews with the likes of arsene wenger, JJ watt and riza. If you haven't heard those yet, go back on our pod feed, check them out. We should also mention that camarena is the official tequila of La Liga until next time this is Mikey three limes, reminding you that camarena tequila is 40% alcohol by volume. Please enjoy responsibly and always remember, stay in charge..
"duncan robinson" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"But it's instead habits and developing trust between teammates and building and developing that rapport and the bubble kind of just had all things clicking, firing on all cylinders. You get to that point where there's this non verbal communication in this general understanding of where you're going to be on the floor and how to play off of each other. And that's really what I see when I watch man city, people have a very clear distinction of how everybody plays, but also their role and role definition is so important that when you get to that point and you really develop that, that's special and unique and that not every team can tap into that. And that's where you really see teams I feel take that next step and go from really good to dominant, which is obviously what we're seeing. It's the egoless rule definition. Yes. Shocks me when I watch them. Yeah. The key to that is you say an egoless, but it's a realization that it's not personal and that this is my role because this is what helps this team win. And being a master in your role and being somebody and that's something that I can certainly relate to in that I don't tow the ball or drive to the rim like Jimmy Butler. I provide Jimmy Butler's face. I stretch the floor. I allow him to be his best version the same way he allows me to be mine. You said you consider your fandom of city real but loose and that you are more of a free agent in terms of fandom. You said you retain a soft spot and lean towards city, but you also bear great affection for Tottenham Hotspur. I do for a variety of reasons. Harry Kane certainly has a place in my heart. I've actually become a little bit of a collector of football jerseys and I sport frequently autonomous Jersey. And I wear it proudly. I've seen I've noticed. Yeah, so that's kind of where that originally stem from, but like I said, I just love good football man. When I heard that on one hand, I was like, yep, city are like his Michigan spurs are more like his eves. One of the peculiar joys of American sports fandom where football fans have no geographical or multi generational ties to a team, you can kind of make up the rules and like two teams if you want to. It's not like rooting for the chiefs and the bills. It does feel different as you pick and choose in the Premier League marketplace. Yeah, I wonder if that's because obviously being over here where somewhat disconnected. But with that being said, it's funny how fandom comes about. You know, it would be watching a game and you don't even fully understand why maybe at first you're rooting for a particular team. I have no ties really to any of these teams, but particularly I just become fond of teams for different reasons. It might be a specific player or what have you. But then that tends to grow and develop into something more. Before you know it, you find yourself full and head over heels in love with Sam Allardyce, but here's what I want to know. What do you do when city and spurs play each other? When like gunda one sits down davinson Sanchez, you cry, do you laugh, you laugh cry? How would you handle that one? Well, it's a little bit of a win win. But I still feel that my heart truly lies with man city. As much as taught in him, I enjoy watching them play and I'm still probably a man city guy to my core. Talking about the NBA. Football fandom does run deep on your team. Jimmy Butler is way into the game, right? Yeah, he's a huge PSG fan. Mostly he says, just because the name Mark, he's actually a fan of whatever name Lawrence. So we've watched many PSG games together and he certainly is not bashful about his fandom. I've seen Jimmy Butler in full kit wanker in the Mars uniform. He goes to full Monty. He plays pick up football all over Miami too, right? He does, he does. I haven't gotten the invite to one of his games yet, but you know this year he hasn't obviously been COVID and everything going on, but last year on off days, he'd be out there playing. And getting out there in the pitch and he's juggling all the time, basketball is in practice and trying to kick him in the basket and all sorts of things. So I think he'll say at this point that soccer's right up there with basketball in terms of sports he loves to play. Jimmy buckets is really just a footballer with a side gig as an MBA star. But I bet you the butler and bam adebayo banging in the gauls. The heat could possibly be in the running to have the best 5 a side team in the NBA. I like that take from you. I think you're spot on. I think that the sheer athleticism, particularly of bam and Jimmy, I think would be pretty tough for other teams to handle. And I don't want to write myself off too soon here either. I have a little ability still left in the tank that I like to showcase occasionally. I do think about Dallas, Luca, Chris stops, boob and they would be tough. They have the advantage of the Europe influence and that they have quite a few guys that grew up in football crazed areas. So I think that they would be tough for us to handle, but at the end of the day, I got to take us. You got to believe. I do fear boo ban as the Serbian Peter Crouch, but there's a quote that Jimmy Butler had about your Miami Heat, he said that the heat looked for diamonds in the rough guys with that grip, that underdog mentality, we got a roster full of them. Jimmy Butler essentially described Miami as the West Ham of the NBA. I love that. Yeah, there's a lot of parallels there for sure. That's something that this organization has always pride themselves on and getting guys that are maybe overlooked or not exactly the most prominent college players or projected to be the best NBA players, but guys that can fill a role in understand what it means to show up every day and just work. David Moyes is all that's needed to put you over the top, but another of the joys of being in Miami, it's possibly the number one destination for the world's best footballers to hang out in their off season. You've met kepper, I'm titty, Griezmann. A lot of guys last year came through and obviously this year we have limited fans in the city is sort of shut down. So it's been hard to get guys back through this year, but that's definitely been a perk of being in Miami. I did love how Tyler hero and the TiVo Quartet interaction. Yeah, that was a funny one. I think it was a loose ball or maybe a rebound or something and couture is sitting right there. Courtside on the baseline and Tyler goes after it and lands basically right in his lap. And Tyler had no idea who it was. And I just kind of nudge him and I go do you know who that is? He's like, I have no idea. I was like, I mean, that's just like a footballer legend. Do you know what I mean? The probably the best goalkeeper in the world. And it wasn't incredible safe. It was a safe, exactly. I was like, how beautiful a moment is that that could travel and save your life, maybe.
"duncan robinson" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"I mean, you mentioned Caruso really, really set the tone and forged the path, if you will. So there are other people that have done it, so I just tried to control every opportunity that I did have and make the most of it. And from there, just see where the chips fall. You know, I do think of you as Jamie Vardy if Jamie Vardy was 6 for 8, less feral and had a podcast the long shot, which is absolutely excellent by the way. Here's what I want to know. You were never number one at what you did. There were always those around you who were more skill blessed, more favored, more coveted. But you Duncan Robinson were the one that succeeded. What do you attribute that to? A combination of things. I don't think it's one thing, but first and foremost, I got some incredible people in my corner and my family, my close friends, and I think a strength and something that I've always tried to pride myself on is just being very present where I am and trying not to forecast my success. When I was at Williams, I wasn't trying to get to Michigan, but I was just trying to be the best player for Williams and I could possibly be. And really focusing just on running my own race and not getting caught up in comparisons, but instead just going out there competing, showcasing what I'm capable of and continuing to improve. I'm a huge proponent of self improvement. Every single day, chipping away, understanding that things aren't going to change, maybe day to day or week to week, but if you continue to put in the work over time, whether it be months or years or what have you, that you'll have something to show for it. Yes, you don't listen to the comparisons like you, Duncan Robinson are the NBA Jamie Vardy and like Vardy from 8th tier stockbridge park to the big time. I wish you'd stuck with football Duncan Robinson because I believe young dunk was quite the midfielder back in the day. What kind of a player were you? Growing up, it was my favorite sport. I love to play. Being outside and just the team aspect and the movement on the pitch and learning and developing and by the time I was in middle school, it was really soccer and basketball just those two. And when I got to high school, I grew up I grew. So much that they didn't want me to play. Midfield anymore, but they wanted me to play goalie. And that's when I started to lose my passion. I still, I loved corner kicks as a goalie because I could just go up and play above everybody else. But other than that, I kind of lost my love and passion for playing. But I still love to play here and there. It's just basketball kind of took over. What is this madness that makes you? The Andre Hopkins, Larry nantz, John Collins, all have come on this show and told us they love football. They love playing until they were shoved in to go put the big guy in goal. How this is all happening. It's like some kind of deep state conspiracy to stunt the grief of American football. I really felt that I could be dynamic as a sizable midfielder. I felt like I had pretty good touch and I was never the fastest, but I understood pace and controlling and you know how to play through balls and all those sorts of things. I wasn't exactly a goal score, but kind of a setup man. But yeah, they thought I was better suited to be a net and you know, I enjoyed that as well, but at that point it was just like being in that or having the opportunity to play basketball and eventually I gave up on the dream man. I gave up on the dream. It hurts me because it's my dream to you nuance, the Andrew Hopkins. John Collins banging in the goals. The question is not whether America would have won the World Cup. I'd be stressing about can we defend it, but thank God, the love of the game never left you. You are, it should be made clear a basketball obsessive. But you watch a lot of football a lot of soccer. Duncan, what is it that you love about the game when you watch? As a basketball player, I'm always making comparisons to the game and the player movement. For me, first and foremost, I love watching particularly primarily just because of the passion of the fans and the pride that comes just in that entire league, whether it be all the way from top to bottom, but in terms of the gameplay itself, just the competitive spirit the competitiveness and watching plays develop. I love the similarities between basketball and soccer. You were originally a city fan during their transformational adebayor Tevez Robinho lulz era, which was so long ago oasis hadn't even split up yet, but you chose well, city under pep have turned into something superlative. What do you see when you watch them? There's total football possession hungry. Avant garde passing, destroy all comes outfit. They've been incredible this year. Clearly, their possession control. And share Tommen into the Premier League. But yeah, as you mentioned, my fandom of them goes way back to when I first started getting into Premier League. It really started and playing FIFA from there. It's grown. And I'm still a man city fan at heart, but now I just appreciate the games all together and I certainly root for man city and love the success that they've had. I just enjoy watching good football. Kevin De Bruyne smoother than one of your hierarchy threes off a screen. A great passer, a great goal scorer. But it also has that unrivaled ability to do exactly what you do. He creates just enough separation to get off that shot. I like that comparison. That's one that I don't know if I particularly deserve to live up to, but I like it. I'll certainly take it. He's been incredible. You know, just his ability to just be dynamic out there and obviously go score, but also set other players up and create scoring opportunities. I'll take that comparison any day of the week. When you watch raz gun the one, cancell their movement, their use of space, their sense of the passing light, are you just marveling at the three points at Manchester City of poised to win? Are you analyzing it with that basketball brain? Well, I think that, you know, there's so many similarities as to when teams get things rolling, particularly like men city has this year. There's so many similarities to when I look back on moments in my career where I feel like teams have had a rolling as well. And those guys you mentioned, there's so many moments where it almost feels maybe to a bystander as luck or circumstance of being in the right place at the right time, but I've learned that in many cases you create those situations..
"duncan robinson" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"One of the purest shooters in pro hoops, like an NBA ure tillmans. We're talking about the Miami heats, Duncan Robinson and what's remarkable about Duncan is not just his ability to come off a screen and nail a three, but the way he's ground his way through the ranks and done the hard yards, starting his college career at division three Williams college, and then having to pay his dues in the G league before emerging as an NBA cult hero more than all of that. He is such a big football fan. He has two teams, city, and Tottenham. He also happens to be just a truly thoughtful intelligent guy, something which shines through and his conversation with roger. So here it is. And men in blazers pod special with Duncan Robinson presented by camera tequila. My guest today might just be the sporting underdog story for the ages straight out of New Hampshire. He rose as a sweet shooter for a lightly origins to char his own path as nest cac Messi all the way to the NBA Finals. A journey filled with perseverance, belief and human wonder. It's a joy to welcome from your Miami Heat. The other big dunk it's mister Duncan Robinson. Ron, that is one heck of an introduction. Thank you so much for having me on. It is a joy to be with you too. 'cause there's a lot of love about you. Your sweet, sweet shot, your career journey, mostly your courage. You're incredible climb to MBA wonder. First of all, you were born on an island in New Hampshire, population 1000 people give or take. Tell us its name. Newcastle. Newcastle. Yep. So you know, right there next to portrait as well. I couldn't love New Hampshire. The granite state the names towns have the football club Steve Bruce's violated, your new castle, a long, long way away from the town that the Andrea yedlin built, there were just four kids in your great at school and you made it there to the NBA Finals by roads less taken. What did you think when you were a kid? Take us back there in Newcastle was possible in your dreams back then. Well, I just really at that point had a love for all sports, but definitely basketball. I played a little football back in the day, of course, but at that point, really the idea of playing an MBA was so far off, but instead it was just continue to make the most of every opportunity and see what happens. You were a late bloomer, a belated gross spurt meant you didn't even stop for your high school team till junior year when you shot up from 5 foot 7 to 6 foot 8, but it was still too late for you to get a single division one scholarship offer, but belatedly you began to pour in the points dominate games. What did that feel like Duncan to suddenly obtain a completely different body superpowers of height to feel the force like a young Jedi? It wasn't exactly a smooth transition. I went through some years where I struggled to run and be coordinated. It took some time to grow into my body literally, but also mentally, it took a little bit of an adjustment to realize how tall I was just because I grew so fast. But, you know, once I did, then I started to kind of figure some things out on the court and some things started to come together. You ended up going to Williams and elite liberal arts college, known for its incredible art history program, lesser known for its basketball team, the mighty eths. The U.S. established yourself as the nest cat king, scoring for fun, leaving the team to title games in 2014 and yourself a transfer to mighty Michigan. You've said a lot of people underestimate D three basketball. But it is some leak Duncan, like going from League One football to the championship. It's definitely a transition, but with that being said, division three basketball is a high level. If you're playing at that point in your career, and you've clearly done something right. But I love my time at Williams. A lot of times spent in gyms and a lot of time spent working on papers and homework assignments because it's a tough academic school for sure. Yeah, I am fascinated by the transition on a personal level. You've said it's a huge change in speed strength and skill. But you went from playing the likes of Colby, Amherst in front of audiences that could have been fewer than 300, suddenly you're jetting to games. Against Michigan state against Indiana, watched by 17,018 thousand insane in the membrane fans, large national TV audiences. That's a massive life transition. Obviously the jump to Michigan just athleticism, the size. And of course, the skill as well is probably multiple steps up. Yeah, there were a lot of moments where I just was like, I can't believe this is actually happening. We would literally play an empty gym sometimes. You know, sometimes on a Friday night, maybe we can get a pack game if we were playing our arrival or something like that. But to go from that to playing an assembly hall, you know against Indiana playing it at the breslin against our rival Michigan state front of these crazed fans. It was really a dream come true for me growing up because those are the types of college basketball games you watch on TV. And to be living it was really, really special. But how did that change you Duncan as a person? Because it must have done. Well, it certainly taught me to not take band criticism too personally. Because at that level, it's not as much of a business as the NBA is, but it is still a business. And fans view it as entertainment. And if you're not getting the job done, they'll let you know about it. So especially with social media and all the different forums for people that have their opinions heard, I quickly had to gain a callus around me and just kind of realize that people are fickle and that very quickly things can change. Yeah, they can love you one second and hate you the next. But also just to focus more on what's important and the people that matter and the people in your corner and your teammates. We know the rest of the story, you and your callous, you established yourself as a great shooter. Michigan's third all time leader in three pointers forced your way into the NBA. First as an undrafted free agent you did the two way contract G league thing to establish yourself. I think that's technically called Caruso in your way to the big time. That's right. Is it fair to say you've done Robinson? Are the Jamie Vardy of nest cac? I don't know if that's quite fair. I guess you could make the comparison..
"duncan robinson" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"All that stuff. And let's see. They are currently 5th in the east, but they're only a couple games clear of Philadelphia, who's in 11th. But they started the season looking like the best team in the east. They started they started while pun intended. They started very hot, right? And now they've kind of come back to earth. And part of that is the injuries are starting to take its toll. You've said before the season started, this could be a depth issue for them. Yeah, so I'm just worried how hard can you push without bam? Because BJ Tucker, we know PJ talker can play the 5. And that's a really good thing to be able to go to. I just want to be going to it in December. For not especially not for 30 plus minutes a game. Or anything like that. So let's see where they go from here. They're another team, as we've talked about, just roster construction wise. It's a little hard to get there, find their way out of this. If they wanted to make a trade because they were top heavy and salaries, they don't have a lot of those mid range salaries that they would probably trade. Here. But yeah, and then they just got to figure out what's going on with Duncan Robinson and find a way to get him going, because this is not that this all of a sudden turns into a really rough looking stretch for them if they don't have him doing what he can. Yeah, and the contract looks pretty pretty brutal as well. My guess is he'll find it'll figure it out with the track record is there. But yeah, it's not gonna be an easy stretch for Miami by any means. Well, this guy was an absolute sniper and through 22 games of the season. Now last year he shot 41% from three and a lot of these are height difficulty threes on the move where he really uses uses his height at 6 7 to kind of shoot over guys. Yes, so he was absolutely fantastic, but this season 32% from three and I'm rounding up there to get him to 32%, 35% from the field. And he's a guy where there's got players like him. Have so much of their value tied to their shooting percentage. Yes. Right? There's some guys where if they're shooting 32% from three, it's not like if Yanis is shooting 32% from three, would you like him shooting better? Yes, do you care? Not that much because he's gonna do so many other things out there. And look at 6 7, he's got some size, some switchability and things like that in terms of Duncan Robinson. But if he's only shooting 32% from three, you're taking away his main source of value as a basketball player and you're turning it into a negative. Argue his only. Yeah. I mean, what else does he do? He's not a good defender. He's not good. But he's got the size to switch at least..
Tyler Herro scores 27 points, Heat hold off Jazz 111-105
"The heater and a one eleven one oh five win over the jazz behind Tyler heroes twenty seven points and eight rebounds Duncan Robinson nailed six three pointers and added twenty two points Kyle Lowry had twenty one is Miami swept the season series and snaps a three game skid you taught me to close by scoring eighteen straight in the fourth quarter boy am Bogdanovich delivered nineteen of his twenty six points in the final period and Jordan Clarkson finished with twenty five points the jazz have dropped four of five since opening the season seven and one I'm Dave Ferrie
Miami Heat Land Kyle Lowry, Retain Duncan Robinson on 5-Year, $90 Million Deal
"Let's start with the miami heat who made some noise yesterday for sure. Free agency officially kicking off. They added a couple of former nba champs to their roster and kyle lowry and the recently minted. Pj tucker they also resigned sharpshooter dunkin robinson on our close to an agreement with jimmy butler on a four year. Max
"duncan robinson" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"There's rumors swirling, about DeMar DeRozan, maybe being in play for them. They've got some other moves, kind of up their sleeve here, bring back Duncan Robinson page. Also they landed PJ Tucker said look they've made some real moves here and they're trying to position themselves as a major major major Contender here in the East. Yeah, I think the divorce and stuff is dead after the Tucker acquisition because he he took the vast majority of the, the non-taxpayer mid-level. But yeah. So we'll see. They also I'm going to page They re-signed Dewayne dedmon Duncan Robinson as you said, what was it five years? Ninety million ninety four Robinson. So yeah, we've been saying Joe Harris money. Well that's you know, Joe Harris just owners month and right there and then Max troops and gave Vincent there to two-way players. Got bumped up to standard deals on the minimum Vincent is played kind of. Well he's he's playing for Nigeria or played for 9 a.m. and the Olympics and you did. All right. And then screw says a shooter. So it seemed in still need shooting, they re-signed Robinson, but they still need shooting. And then Trevor Ariza, they lost him to do the Lakers. So, you know, good day for the heat though, Kyle Lowry. Oh, and then Jimmy Butler's can assign an extension, to an ad on his contract. So, let's see what they look like, in two, three years wage. But if you're right, if you're coming off a championship run, you don't really care to 3 years from now, will your team? Really looks like so, you know, I'm still, I think they need another big deal on this team. You know, so somebody can be more of a for around Tucker there and then you know their depth just it's not great for the regular season for an older team. You need to add a little bit more depth to this rash. Yeah. Agreed. I do have a question here from the chat. Somebody asking could they could they still be a landing spot for Victor Oladipo? We've heard rumors about him potentially setting somewhere on a minimum? Yeah. What do you think of it out on him? I'm going to see, I don't know right with that one. I I think there was an opportunity there where they could re-sign him cuz they do have his full bird, right? So I could re-sign him and just you know, make sure they stay under the hard cap, you know, I think they're about six, seven million under the hard cap right now, potentially? So I think that they, they could do that and then they they could maybe, you know, bring him in. I don't know. What would you bomb? I drop. Somebody said dropping a load to bomb. I'm not sure what they meant and the chat but it's. Yeah. I think you know, ultimately what you should see him do is if they can find a way to bring him back and think he'd returned to Miami. Continuous rehab, try to build back his value. If not then I think you know, there's any number of teams where he could go to try and do a similar thing but nobody's going to extend big money to Victor Oladipo right now cuz he has improved. He can stay healthy and be anything resembling, the player that he was previous..
"duncan robinson" Discussed on Winning Plays
"They have banned Jimmy and but now like, you know, Duncan Robinson intentionally going to be out which would be a huge loss for them. Oh yeah, you know, and unless unless you're oh can can you know, reclaim his bubble self or maybe he might be out the door. It just seems like wage. The East is very much open. And, you know, we, we've talked about 4 for most of the last year, or so, how we felt that the Celtics were like a borderline like 845. See like maybe they're going to get home court, but you bring people into the equation. Even if you lose all those guys that we talked about and I think very quickly you were talking about a top-three team in the East off, even it again, and you'll find like you said, you'll find the veterans, you'll find the pieces after that guys will want to come and be a part of that. And yeah, it will, it will be a surprising turn of events this summer. It would be really great to see. And burn record this and about two hours later. He'll be traded to Golden State. Yeah, I know exactly. I'm not sure if somehow this happens, if this week, this happens where Bradley Beal ends up on the Celtics, it would I will be, I'll say I'll be pissed off..
Kevin Love Out of Tokyo Olympics; US Basketball Now to Replace 2 Players
"That Kevin Love is withdrawing from the Olympic team. So we have Bradley, Beal and Kevin Love not playing. Who are going to be the replacements. Well, they haven't. They have apple amount of players that they can pick from from the pool. Um, I know a player that has been Campaign and behind the scenes of trying to get on this team, And that's Trey Young of the Atlanta Hawks. Uh, you know, we heard talk of Duncan Robinson with the Miami Heat the sharpshooter as well. So, uh, Colangelo has some. He has some tough decision to make. But there's there's still a bunch of players that I've talked to behind the scenes about up the upwards of 10. That would like the opportunity to have one of those two spots. So, uh, they'll they'll have a good They only have a good amount of options. Why
Khris Middleton Lifts Bucks Past Heat in OT in Game 1
"Khris Middleton nailed a jumper with point five seconds left in overtime to give the bucs a one oh nine one oh seven playoff opening win over the heat Middleton was guarded closely by Duncan Robinson before releasing in nineteen footer for the last of his twenty seven points to the spot where sausages raise our future students how to get the last one on in as much time off the clock as I can with the results afterwards it came about twenty seconds after Miami scored rockets tied it with a three pointer yeah this intense cobalt had twenty six points eighteen rebounds and five assists but was just six of thirteen from the line trackage had a team high twenty five points and Robinson chipped in twenty four for the heat game two is Monday in Milwaukee I'm Dave Ferrie
Heat Clinch Playoff Spot With 129–121 Victory Over Celtics
"The heat clinched a playoff spot unlocked the Celtics into the play in tournament with a one twenty nine one twenty one victory against Boston Tyler hero provided twenty four points for Miami which moved into a tie with Atlanta for the fifth seed in the east where every player works on when the lights are on you know you put the time in behind the scenes and when the lights turn on that's on the bill so if you're not ready ready for another run again I'm excited bam Adebayo and Duncan Robinson each scored twenty two points helping the heat beat the Celtics for the second time in three days Miami star Jimmy Butler had thirteen points before missing the second half of an eye injury Kemba Walker had a team high thirty six points as the Celtics lost a regular season home finale I'm Dave Ferrie
Butler Strong Down Stretch, Heat Hold off Celtics 130-124
"They he took a major step toward avoiding the NBA's play internet by holding up the Celtics one thirty one twenty four Jimmy Butler provided twenty six points eleven assists as Miami took a two game lead over Boston for the six seed in east it's our school work jobs to help win games of football games before well my guys are open I've always store to them especially cutting you guys are open at three it just makes my job easier later on he led by as many as twenty six in the first half before the Celtics storm back over in the third quarter on a twenty two eight run to get within twelve Duncan Robinson added twenty two points in bam Adebayo finished with twenty four Miami seven four he scored thirty points to lead the Celtics who have lost three out of four I'm Dave Ferrie
Former NFL Player Ray Lewis on Flacco signing one-year deal with Philadelphia Eagles
"Dollars in players to get back and for the lakers. That will possibly being trading three or four rotation players. It's just not going to happen. It's not a realistic trade function and the clippers. The only player that they have a who's young wasn't evalu- who'd be interested in la would be luke canard canard signed a fifty six million dollar contract extension and not everybody in the league likes that contract the dunkin rob. Yes so really. it's about right now. From what i am. Told duncan robinson is in the offer from the heat To to toronto and tyler hero is not and the raptors would really like tyler hero to be in that deal but the premium package is not being offered and from philadelphia. They are permitted to trade twenty one and twenty three first round picks. This year's picking twenty twenty three plus they have tirees maxi. They're young guard out of kentucky. And plus they have a viable but t stable. They would like toronto. They would all of those pieces. And from what i've
Milton sparks 76ers past undermanned Heat 125-108
"Sheikh building came off the bench to the seventy Sixers Joel one twenty five one away win over the heat moguls gold level points toward a fourteen one run they gave Philadelphia an eight point lead after the first quarter total score the final eight points of a twelve to run that pushed the Sixers lead to seventeen in the second quarter eight thirteen to run capped by a basket by Tobias Harris pushed the lead to twenty five in the third Milton finished with a season high thirty one points Harris added eighteen Duncan Robinson had twenty two for Miami Michael Luongo Philadelphia
"duncan robinson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"This young man you're playing here Copes Jack Harlow. Quite the sports fan. Did you know he has an entire track called Tyler hero you down with that? I did you did you play for Kentucky? Yes. So I think does he come from the Cincinnati Kentucky area? Tyler hero Because yet? No, no Jack Harlow. He may be, but I don't think I don't think I don't think teller heroes from there. I'm sure Jack are already played it because he makes up. Jack earlier also makes a representative from Louisville. Yeah, he makes reference to the Cardinals at 1.2. Is that where Jack Carlos from Jack Carlos from okay. Yeah, is that we're Tyler heroes from two. I don't know. We'll check on that. I'll check on that can look that up. I could like that. No problem here. Probably. We're talking, you know, current hip hop artist says, you know, don't you know, but Tyler here is from Wisconsin said I didn't think it was from that area. But he went to Kentucky knows Unfriended. Defended Harlow there and then Miami. Yeah, So by the way, I'm the guy who told his kid to drop Tyler hero from his fantasy team and pick up Duncan Robinson. And it has not borne out Well, I'm the dad with bad advice. Bad guys doing Only three on three. How's that? Second and by the way, is that good? Great. Great. I feel like you know, we've overloaded everybody with all the box and one analysis and all that, And we're gonna talkto lifting on the other side polish having a little cruise through the text line to see what the people are saying. Sure, sure. I'd like to get in touch with the people falling. Don't you know? Um, 95 cents, since Jackie seems to be the day word of the day. Steph Curry called the Defense's and Aaron Gordon called the covert situation. A 95 says. You guys are talking about Jacky. Not many people know about the 29 film Jang Ki promoters starring Ice Cube and Mike EPPS. The film is set in Modesto, California. I don't know. I don't know how I haven't heard of this because I'm a monster fan of ice. And I'm also a big fan of AP Students Don't sleep on whose give me some help on EPPS copes for me. I always go to the Ice Cube Friday. I think it was the The middle one. What was the second? The fragment next Friday? Yes, that's the one with EPPS says Isis Murphy. If you saw him, you know him. He would definitely know over the place. Yeah. Then why doesn't Jackie promoters have much more traction in our lives then? I mean, nobody knows 20. I've never the guy said the posters was incredible Wide release. Do we know the posters? Amazing. It's ice cube. And it was a lot going on in the poster. Because for that, yeah. His iced teas better have cocoa on the poster eyes. Nice to your ice Cube Ice Cube kit. Oh, it's ice cube, Then scratch all the cocoa rips. Yeah, she's not. She's with ice t. I know you're talking T 916 says that you guys gonna cut the Chris Rose Throat clearing from the interview for your sound board. Pretty good. Yeah, Yeah, man for rate says, Dude, you guys take a hard left Every time you dose you'll never talk about the dubs Jesus copes. Keep them on. Crack. Well, that's his coach has been. That's a like a losing battle. He's been fighting for years now. Yeah, I'm the bad guy. Yeah, Coach the bad guy because he can't read this from some guy in the back everything so I'm the bad guy. I'm just telling you what's going on out there, and I'm over here. Just trying to dose like a gentleman. You know, I believe I got you a couple sound bites in there, buddy. Let's hurry. We got.
Embiid scores 45, Mathias wins it for 76ers in OT on 3
"Joe well indeed had forty five points and sixteen rebounds as the Sixers outlasted the heat one thirty seven one thirty four in overtime another quarter billion dollar twelve all one point are you almost one hour you know I felt like I needed to take matters into my own hands Jakarta Mathias is only basket of the game was a go ahead three pointer with twenty six point one seconds left Ben Simmons had five points and twelve assists in his return from injury but Philadelphia continue to play with that Tobias Harris Steph curry and shake Milton due to health and safety protocols involving covert nineteen with Jimmy Butler bam Adebayo Goran dragic among the heat sitting out for covert related reasons Tyler hero paced the team with thirty four points while Duncan Robinson at twenty six I'm the ferry
"duncan robinson" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"An insane amount of people here who are dead all over Tatum right now on the comments. And again, I've been critical of him a little bit only because it's relative to his top 10 in the MVP conversation expectations. Not just at face value whether he's good or not good obviously. He's an excellent player, but there's a lot of people here dogging him for his weight saying the ten pounds. He looks slow saying he's playing to pass. And a lot of different things I'm just throwing that out there for you guys. I'm not saying it myself but we have at times wondered to Tatum's been too passive after a couple of games where he didn't really need to do much last game, but I thought he played officially the game before that he was very very aggressive. But obviously that's coming off of the heels of a couple of games where he was settling for stuff. We've been talking about since the beginning of the Season. It looks like you can't turn the corner off and get around guys the way he was before he did start a lot of the step through Up and Under sort of fakes to get to get free and get his shot. But he's not he doesn't think it's maybe it's me and I get other people are seeing it to here. So I'm just throwing it out there. He doesn't look as Twitchy. He doesn't look like he's got guys on a string, you know, like he did there was a lot of you know, a lot of ankle-breaking highlight reel even when he would take a step back where he would just have guys just so worried about getting blown by or getting whatever and he'd get real Separation on those on those step-backs he dead. Seem to be getting those as much now. So yeah anything you're seeing there. I mean again, it's easy to point to ten pounds a wait. I didn't really see it doesn't look stronger or bigger or it doesn't look like weight room. Wait, but he's got one of those positions. It's going to be hard for him to ever look like, you know, unless he hits it hard one year, but what do you guys think as far as that as he look physically the same? Yeah. I think he's still adjusting to it a bit, but there's some truth. I mean, we always compare horn at least in the beginning of his career We compare his name Darrell Outlet his body type a little different right has much more muscle than during especially now. So I think it's kind of hard to adjust but in a sense of turning the corner. Yeah, I agree to that to a certain extent but what I'm looking at is this photo I think he's improved have been with that and I think that's what's been so frustrating for me. First of the first two games a season were just like you you had the footwork just go inside and he was just chucking away.