Last season, Miami Heat’s fairytale playoff run ended with them being the runner-ups for the NBA title. While Jimmy Butler was clearly the leader for the team, a complete team effort made that run possible. Among those teammates, Duncan Robinson perfectly played the role of a sharpshooter for the Heat.
Following his sensational performances in the postseason, Robinson made a name for himself as one of the best shooters in the league. He has carried that form into this season as he is shooting 38.9% from beyond the arc.
Robinson has always been a good shooter of the ball. Apparently NBA 2K didn’t realize his abilities as when he made the debut in the game, he was rated very low.
Did Duncan Robinson have a bad three-point rating in NBA 2K during his rookie season?
Duncan Robinson recently joined “The Long Shot” podcast for an interview with popular NBA 2K streamer KOT4Q, where he was asked his views about his poor three-point shooting rating in the game. The conversation went like this:
“I went to look at 2K’s version of your [Duncan Robinson] rookie season,” said KOT4Q. “He’s the worst player in the entire game and your three-point rating was like a 65. Like, did you watch any college film? Did you go over G-league stats? Like how it’s a 65 three, it doesn’t make sense.”
Prior to making it to the NBA, Duncan spent some time in the G-league. But as KOT4Q pointed out, it appears as if the game developers ignored his stats there and handed him a generic three-point rating.
“Well, it’s also like if I’m a 65 three, why am I in the game at all? Like I wouldn’t be in the game if I was a 65 three,” replied Duncan.
At least the game has fixed the Heat guard’s ratings in the latest game. He now has an 86 three-point rating, which is outstanding for any NBA player. What are your thoughts on Robinson’s NBA 2K rating? Let us know your views in the comments section down below.
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