New York Knicks rookie Mitchell Robinson is showcasing scary good talent and court play that’ll go a long way for his organization.
When an NBA center legitimately holds down the fort at 7-foot-1 with a wingspan of 7-foot-4, it’s a tremendous thing. When the very same individual can actually guard opposing guards, a frightening discussion needs to be had.
How’s that even possible?
For those asking the question, a complicated answer may follow or at least be attempted. If you’re running short of time, simply tell the question maker to target No. 26, Mitchell Robinson, for a quick example of how it is, indeed, possible.
The New York Knicks second-round gem is now the team’s starting five-man, well ahead of Monday night’s star Enes Kanter. The David Fizdale move was made for one amazingly great reason: defense.
The following film lays out just how unreal Robinson’s defense and intangibles via his defense already are and just how scary his defensive experience will be.
Welcome to the Mitchell Robinson scary defensive experience: