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Duncan Robinson makes it clear that he would ‘love’ to come back to Miami Heat

Miami Heat sharpshooter Duncan Robinson recently implied that he would like to return to the team next year. He is set to hit restricted free agency this offseason. “Somebody on our social media posted that, ‘We’re back,’ basically,” Robinson said on a recent episode of The Long Shot podcast. “And there were a lot of people in the comments somehow putting together that that meant that I was coming back to Miami. Which, for the record, I would love to do.
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Heat free agent Duncan Robinson jokes his podcast listeners might scoop Woj, addresses decision timing

Among the reasons Miami Heat guard Duncan Robinson said he started a podcast was because, “traditional kind of social media felt, for me personally, and maybe it’s not this way for everybody, a little always kind of disingenuous.” And yet, because he also is aware of the power of social media, Robinson paused during his most recent edition of The Long Shot podcast to make two things clear: — ...
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Miami Heat 2020-21 player review: Duncan Robinson

The offseason has arrived for the Miami Heat, who were swept out of the first round in the NBA playoffs by the Milwaukee Bucks — losing their four games by a combined 82 points. Before we deep dive into everything regarding the future months for this team, let’s discuss the...
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Miami Heat: 2020-21 End Of Season Grades For Duncan Robinson

It was definitely an up and down season for the Miami Heat and their resident sniper, Duncan Robinson, but that doesn’t mean that there weren’t some bright spots for him throughout the year. Robinson, who had a breakout year last year, took the league by surprise in shooting 44.6 percent from three.
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Why Tim Hardaway Jr. and Duncan Robinson are set to cash in

Tim Hardaway Jr. and Duncan Robinson, two former Michigan basketball players are about to cash in with NBA teams this summer. 3-point shooting is en vogue more than ever before in the NBA and a pair of former Michigan basketball plays could parlay that into big contracts this summer. G/F Tim Hardaway Jr. (unrestricted) and G/F Duncan Robinson (restricted) are both set to become free agents this offseason. Hardaway is on the last year of a 4 year $71 million deal.
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Miami Heat: Re-Signing Duncan Robinson should not be a top priority

There is a perception around the league that Miami Heat guard, Duncan Robinson, will receive several big offers during free agency this summer. Dan Favale of Bleacher Report predicted on May 2nd that Robinson would get multiple offers worth $80 million over five seasons from the Heat, New York Knicks and San Antonio Spurs.
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Miami Heat: Duncan Robinson Was A Top Defender In Bucks Series

While a first-round exit in the 2021 NBA Playoffs wasn’t the most pleasing, the Miami Heat were severed by a relentless and dominating Milwaukee Bucks franchise. However, in the entire four games of disposition, confusion, and doubt, a bright spot for the Miami Heat in this series was none other than the improved defense from one of the league’s premier marksmen, Duncan Robinson.
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Free agency stock watch: Norman Powell, Montrezl Harrell, Bryn Forbes, Duncan Robinson

With the NBA playoffs underway, the biggest stars are playing under the brightest lights to separate themselves before the free agency market opens this offseason. Of course, executives around the league always have tough decisions to make about who they plan to re-sign as well as who they plan to pursue or let walk during free agency. But with postseason play, some of those hard choices are becoming easier to make.