Glenn Robinson III
The Golden State Warriors dealt Glenn Robinson III just days before the 2020 NBA Trade Deadline.
Robinson, in his short stint in the Bay, had become a fan favorite. Despite his tenure having a horrific record, Robinson hit his stride and proved his worth, one reason the Warriors were able to trade a minimum-value player for a few second-round draft picks.
Coming to Golden State this past offseason, Robinson has little market as his last few seasons weren’t the best. With the Warriors though, Robinson was given a chance and showed his potential. Robinson averaged 11.8 points per game on 49% from the field and 39% from deep.
His percentages from downtown and his ability to defend at a high level are what made him attractive to Golden State, and then he took those to a new level which made him attractive to every other organization.
A free agent this offseason, Robinson could return to the Bay Area. For that reason and just because Robinson was a blue-collar player while in the Bay, fans should be pulling for him as a member of the Philadelphia 76ers.