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The Miami Heat and Duncan Robinson have agreed to a one-year, two-way contract, according to a report.
Michael Scotto of The Athletic reports the Michigan product, who attended Williams Ephs prior to heading to Ann Arbor, will have a chance to become the first Division III player since Devean George to play in an NBA game.
The Miami Heat and Duncan Robinson (Michigan) have agreed to a one-year, 2-way deal, league sources told The Athletic. Robinson, who attended Williams Ephs before Michigan, will have the opportunity to become the first D-III player since Devean George to play in the NBA.
— Michael Scotto (@MikeAScotto) July 10, 2018
In five games with Miami’s summer-league squad, the 6-foot-8 Robinson has averaged 12.4 points and shot 58.0 percent from the field.
At Michigan, Robinson was one of the Big Ten’s best 3-point shooters, shooting at a 41.9-percent clip on 4.9 3-point attempts per game during his career, making making good on 237 of them.