Duncan Robinson made his mark with the Michigan Wolverines, making several clutch three-point shots, earning the 2018 Big Ten Conference Sixth Man of the Year award, and at one point led the Big Ten Conference in three-point shooting percentage.
He’s continuing his clutch play with the Miami Heat, and has now tied an NBA Christmas record.
The Heat had their way with the New Orleans Pelicans, winning 111-98 in large part thanks to Robinson’s fire from beyond the arc. He hit a new NBA-record six first-half 3-point shots, the most ever for a Christmas Day game.
Duncan Robinson was on fire from three 🔥
Tied the Christmas Day record for most in a game (7) pic.twitter.com/fL23LpbXtp
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) December 25, 2020
He would finish the afternoon with a total of seven 3-point shots (8-14 FG) for 23 points.
Last season, Robinson would set a Miami franchise record for three-pointers made in a season.