Duncan Robinson went for 34 points (12-16 FG, 10-14 3Pt), four assists, three rebounds and a block across 43 minutes in the Heat’s 135-121 win over the Hawks on Tuesday.
It was a big night for most of the Heat starters, and Robinson was no exception. The second-year man exploded for career highs in points, minutes and threes while trailing only Kendrick Nunn (36) for team lead in scoring. Robinson has made the most of his opportunities this season, establishing himself as one of the NBA's premier shooters. With averages of 48.3 FG%, 44.9 3Pt%, and 93.8 FT%, he's well on his way to joining the illustrious 50/40/90 club if he can sustain this elite clip. On the year, Robinson has averaged 11.8 points, 3.1 triples and 3.0 rebounds across 26.7 minutes per contest.