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The Devin Robinson Dunk Party is still going strong in the G-League

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Daily Digits is a new daily feature we’re doing at Bullets Forever this year where we take a look at stats about the Wizards. We’ll dive into the numbers, add some context, and discuss how they affect the product on the court.

Today’s stat is Devin Robinson’s point per game average with the Capital City Go-Go this season, which is...

19.9

Robinson had another SportsCenter-worthy highlight dunk in the Go-Go’s 122-117 overtime win over the Canton Charge on Friday night.

Robinson finished with 26 points and 8 rebounds to help the Go-Go pick up their second-straight win. All of his points weren’t as impressive as the dunk above, but most of them came from the same area on the floor.

As good as his inside game is, he needs to have that outside component to make a difference on the next level, and that’s the problem right now. He’s only shooting 28.6 percent from deep this season, down nearly 10 percent from last season.

The good news is his outside shooting numbers in wins are nearly identical to what he posted last season. It’s when the team loses that Robinson is often shooting more often and less accurately. Once the team can find that right balance, hopefully his outside shooting can perk back up to what he showed in the G-League last season. Until then, just keep enjoying the dunks.