From Howie Kussoy at the Post:
Mitchell Robinson has been the big man the Knicks envisioned, becoming one of the best shot-blockers in the NBA, while holding what would stand as the best single-season field goal percentage (74.2) in league history.
But the 7-footer isn’t satisfied living in the paint.
One week after video was posted showing Robinson drilling a pair of 3-pointers — one via step-back — the 22-year-old center has shown off his previously unseen ball-handling skills again, before hitting a fadeaway jumper just inside the 3-point line.
At the start of this season, Robinson — coming off an All-Rookie Second Team selection — said he planned on shooting more from the perimeter.
“Why work on something you’re not going to use? I’m looking forward to it,” Robinson said. “I’m shooting the thing now.”
Hey, I’m all for Mitch Robinson, three-point threat.