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  • Mitchell Robinson - C - New York Knicks

    Mitchell Robinson (sore groin, left ankle sprain) logged 10 minutes and four points, two rebounds and a block in Thursday's win.

    It was Robinson's first game in over a month as he's missed the last 13 games because of his two injuries. It might be hard for him to get steady minutes until the Knicks do something with Enes Kanter, but his blocks upside makes him a stash in all formats. We'd advise picking him up across the board unless you absolutely need immediate production from every roster spot. Robinson could be in for a huge second half.

  • Mitchell Robinson - C - New York Knicks

    Mitchell Robinson (sore groin) has been cleared to play for Thursday's game against the Wizards after going through this morning's shootaround.

    Robinson has always been a great blocks specialist once he gets that playing time. Although, foul trouble has been his constant nemesis when it comes to staying on the court. He is considered a luxury stash at this point of the season and his outlook will only possibly change if the Knicks trade Kanter at the deadline.

    Source: Steve Popper on Twitter

  • Mitchell Robinson - C - New York Knicks

    Mitchell Robinson (sprained ankle, groin strain) is listed as questionable for Thursday.

    The Knicks have been targeting Thursday's game for Robinson's return and there's hope that it'll happen after the rookie has been sidelined for a month. Enes Kanter appears on the outs and Robinson will be a great blocks specialist if he gets playing time, but he might be more of a roll of the dice for as long as the Knicks try to jam three centers into their rotation.

    Source: Marc Berman on Twitter

  • Mitchell Robinson - C - New York Knicks

    The Knicks are hoping that Mitchell Robinson (sprained ankle, groin strain) will return on Thursday in London.

    Robinson was on the cusp of returning from his left ankle sprain before suffering a groin injury while rehabbing. He's missed 12 straight games and will make it 13 today, but it does sound like the rookie will be back soon. Robinson's blocks make him a great specialist option, and with Enes Kanter looking likely to be gone in the second half of the year you can make a case for a huge finish for Robinson. He's a bit of a luxury stash while the Knicks have three centers on call but if you need blocks badly you can consider picking him back up.

    Source: Chris Iseman on Twitter

  • Mitchell Robinson - C - New York Knicks

    Mitchell Robinson (sprianed left ankle, strained groin) will remain out on Sunday when the Knicks take on the 76ers.

    Robinson was close to a return from his ankle injury but then suffered a setback with the strained groin. He should be given ample opportunity to close the year but is a luxury stash at this point as he is without a timetable and with the Knicks only playing one game next week.

    Source: Chris Iseman on Twitter

  • Mitchell Robinson - C - New York Knicks

    Mitchell Robinson (sprained left ankle, strained groin) will not play on Friday.

    Robinson was almost ready to return before straining his groin during recovery. Enes Kanter (illness) is questionable, which could mean a big game for Luke Kornet, though Kanter still has a good shot to play. Robinson shouldn't be too far off from a return.

    Source: Chris Iseman on Twitter

  • Mitchell Robinson - C - New York Knicks

    Mitchell Robinson has strained his groin and will miss a couple more games before returning.

    Robinson was on the cusp of returning from a left ankle sprain but hurt his groin while recovering. Luke Kornet will carry on as an option in all formats, while Enes Kanter should get some extra minutes amidst complaints about his role.

    Source: Mike Vorkunov on Twitter

  • Mitchell Robinson - C - New York Knicks

    Mitchell Robinson (left ankle sprain) has been ruled out for Monday's contest with the Trail Blazers.

    #LukeKornetSZN lives to see another day. Robinson is nearing a return to action which will muddy up the center position quite a bit. Enes Kanter is reportedly drawing trade interest, which would allow for Kornet and Robinson to each maintain value. It's not a great sign that Robinson was ruled out a day in advance, but he should still be able to return fairly soon.

    Source: Mike Vorkunov on Twitter

  • Mitchell Robinson - C - New York Knicks

    Mitchell Robinson (sprained left ankle) will not play on Friday.

    Robinson is ruled out two hours before tip after being called a game-time decision earlier in the day, but any way you slice it he's nearing a return to action. It's been a few weeks on the sidelines for the rookie but David Fizdale will give him minutes upon returning, and he figures to enter a major headache situation with Enes Kanter and Luke Kornet currently splitting time. Robinson's per-minute block numbers might give him the best shot at consistent value if the three end up in an even split, but we'll wait to see how the new rotation looks before forecasting too deeply.

    Source: Marc Berman on Twitter

  • Mitchell Robinson - C - New York Knicks

    Mitchell Robinson (sprained left ankle) will be a game-time decision for Friday's matchup against the Lakers.

    Get ready to watch David Fizdale juggle three centers. It's going to be a very tight fit with Robinson, Enes Kanter and Luke Kornet all deserving playing time, and odds are that at least one player ends up out in the cold eventually. That might be the preferred outcome for fantasy owners anyway, as a three-man rotation probably doesn't leave enough time for anyone to make much of an impact.

    Source: Marc Berman on Twitter

  • Mitchell Robinson - C - New York Knicks

    Mitchell Robinson (ankle) is being listed as questionable for Friday's game vs. the Lakers.

    Robinson hasn't played since Dec.14 and has been trending up as of late. He was able to throw down a couple of dunks at Tuesday's shoot around and might be able to suit up on Friday. It's tough to predict how coach David Fizdale will work him into the rotation but Robinson is a great source of blocks if he gets the playing time.

    Source: NBA Injury Report