Knicks big man Mitchell Robinson has already established himself as an elite presence in the paint on both sides of the ball. And his potential would go through the roof if he developed a legit outside shot.
It seems like he might be doing just that during the coronavirus pause.
Robinson, in a video that is reportedly from Tuesday, is seen draining a straightaway three. He then displays some slick ball-handling before hitting a step-back three.
This isn't the first time Robinson has looked to add a long-range shot to his game.
In October, Robinson said he planned to unleash his new three-pointer during the season.
"Why work on something you're not going to use? I'm looking forward to it," he said after the first practice of training camp. "I'm shooting the thing now."
Despite those comments, Robinson did not attempt a three-pointer during the 61 games he played before the season was paused.
He attempted plenty of shots from inside the paint, though, and his field goal percentage was an eye-popping .742.