87ers Season Review: Nate Robinson

Nate Robinson might have came near the end of the season for the Delaware 87ers but the 5’9 guard gave the team a jolt of energy after losing several players to injury and call ups to the NBA.

Related: Sevens Acquire Three-Time Dunk Champion Nate Robinson

Let’s take a look at Robinson’s season with the 87ers:

2016-2017 Season Averages:

Games Played: 17

Points: 12.2

Minutes: 25.9


Assists: 4.2

Steals: 1.76

Photo by: Doug Curran

Robinson started with the 87ers on February 14th vs the Maine Red Claws:

Minutes: 18:56

Points: 4

Rebounds: 1

Assists: 3

Steals: 3


Next Five Games through February 22nd to March 5th:

Robinson Averaged:

Minutes: 25.6 per game

Points: 10.4 per game

Rebounds:  2.6 rebound per game

Assists: 3.8 per game

Steals: 1  per game

Blocks: 0.4 per game


Next Five Games through March 8th to March 18th:

Robinson Averaged:

Minutes: 26.4 per game

Points: 14.2 per game

Rebounds:  2.6 rebound per game

Assists: 3.8 per game

Steals: 1.4  per game

Blocks: 0.2 per game


Next Six Games through March 22nd to April 1st:

Robinson Averaged:

Minutes: 26.6 per game

Points: 13.5 per game

Rebounds:  2 rebounds per game

Assists: 5.2 per game

Steals: 2.5  per game

During this block Robinson had his two highest point totals of the season. First a 23 point game vs the Bulls on March 25th.  Then Robinson, scored 28 points vs the Raptors 905 on the 31st of March.


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