The Wizards announced on Monday afternoon they have recalled Devin Robinson from the Delaware 87ers of the G-League.
Robinson, who the Wizards signed to a two-way contract over the summer, has averaged 13.5 points and 5.0 rebounds in 25.3 minutes per game of action while shooting 52 percent from the field and 40 percent from three in 22 games with Delaware. He’s also put together several highlights in recent weeks:
As a two-way player, Robinson can play up to 45 days with the Wizards, at which point the team has to either send him back to the G-League or else convert his two-way deal to an NBA contract.
Robinson provides the Wizards with some emergency depth while Otto Porter deals with a hip strain that kept him out of Saturday’s game and Chris McCullough is on assignment with the Wisconsin Herd in the G-League.
Over the next five games, the Wizards play the Hornets, Magic, and Nets, so if things break right and there’s a blowout in one of those upcoming games, perhaps there will be an opportunity to see the Wizards’ two-way player play against some NBA competition.