ANN ARBOR, Mich. – If Duncan Robinson was struggling at one point this season, his confidence in his game has never wavered.
In fact, coming off an 14-point performance in Michigan’s 82-74 win at Minnesota, making 4-of-7 from 3s, Robinson says his shot is “good” as U-M prepares for Purdue on Satuday at 2 p.m. at Crisler Center.
“I feel good, very good,” Robinson said. “I always do. Just looking forward to tomorrow.”
Now, can he hit those shots against Purdue’s massive front court?
“They’re big, physical,” Robinson said, adding on getting of his shot: “They’re tough, they alter a lot of shots. A big focus for us is they are going to block shots, (but) it’s more on how you attack.”
We'll find out on Saturday.
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