LAS VEGAS — After playing on a two-way contract with the Washington Wizards last season, Devin Robinson is looking to make the next step in his career.
Robinson, who played in the NBA G League with both the Delaware Blue Coats and Westchester Knicks during his rookie season, averaged 13.0 points, 5.2 rebounds and 1.6 assists in 44 games at the G League level.
The Florida Gators product said this summer’s improvement all comes from being confident in his game.
“Personally, it’s just my confidence, I feel that much more comfortable out there,” said Robinson. “I’m just getting these opportunities and following through on them right now.”
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Robinson scored 24 points in the Wizards’ second game of NBA Summer League on Sunday, flying high for several highlight-reel dunks. But he said it’s his 3-point shot that has changed his game from last season to now.
“I’m still developing my 3-point shot, I’m just getting reps everyday and trying to work on my form,” said Robinson. “Last year I was shaky and I didn’t have the confidence to shoot many threes, but I think now I can add that to my game.”
Robinson is now a free agent looking to sign an NBA contract this summer, and his play with the Wizards Summer League team can only help his cause moving forward.