Duncan Robinson

Duncan McBryde Robinson is a National Basketball Association(NBA) professional basketball player. He is playing in the NBA with the team “Miami Heat”. Robinson enjoyed his childhood being together with his 2 siblings. His father Jeffrey, 6 feet tall, had played one season for the Maine Black Bears. Robinson transferred from Division III to Division I with a full scholarship.

Robinson debuted his NBA journey on October 24, 2018. Robinson is popular for his Miami Heat single-season three-point made franchise record (270). He completed his college from Wiliams and Michigan. Robinson also tied Robert Horry (1996) in a game for making nine 3s without taking a single 2-point shot.

Robinson has never failed to impress his fans with his achievements. During game 2 of the first round of the 2020 NBA playoffs on August 20, he tied the Heat’s franchise record for most three-pointers in a playoff game.

Quick Facts: Duncan Robinson

Name Duncan Robinson
Birthday April 22, 1994
Age 26 years
Gender Male
Height 2.01 m
Weight 98 kgs
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Profession Basketball player
Education Phillips Exeter Academy
Instagram @d_bo20

10 Facts About Duncan Robinson

  1. Duncan Robinson was born on April 22, 1994, in New York, Maine city, he is 26 years old as of 2020.
  2. The professional NBA player is 6 feet 7 inches tall which is 2.01 meters.
  3. His listed weight according to the source is 215lb which is 98 kg.
  4. Robinson is Elisabeth and Jeffrey’s youngest child among their three children (sister Martha and brother Eli).
  5. Robinson plays from the position of Power Forward and Small Forward from team Miami Heat.
  6. There is no information about his girlfriend on the internet, it will be updated as soon as it is available.
  7. Duncan Robinson is of American Nationality.
  8. Robinson did his high school from Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire.
  9. We have no idea about this professional payer’s salary and net worth.
  10. Robinson is known as the first NBA player to average a 2-point field goal percentage/2-point field goal percentage/Free throw percentage of more than 60/40/90.


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