Glenn Robinson III
Glenn Robinson III was heating up in the 2019-2020 season before he was traded to the Sixers. At the top of his game, Robinson III was shooting 48.1% from the field, 40% from three and averaging 12.9 points per game.
He was with the Golden State Warriors at this time, which may have been foreshadowing that he would be a good fit here in California, a place he’s open to returning to.
In his career, Robinson has jumped around to seven different teams, with his longest stint being with the Indiana Pacers. Up until the 2019-2020 season though, Robinson didn’t have much going for him, but he came to play last season.
He improved his points per game from 4.2 points to 11.8 points. Among other improvements, he also raised his shooting percentage by six percent. His minutes on the court also increased, which has given him more time to shoot and make his mark in the game.
It is clear that something has clicked for Robinson this season. And, if he’s still a player that’ll be valued at a veteran’s minimum contract, the Warriors might as well snag him back up.