Assume you are talking about this play:
Basically, attacking a closeout. In this case that’s actually tagged as a PNR Roll Man possession, but it is also similar to what Synergy would call “spot up - drive”. Robinson scored 10 points off spot up drives as a freshman, but he also scored 17 points in isolation. As a sophomore the spot up drive numbers increased and the isolation stuff doubled. Michigan also ran a lot more pick and pop action for Robinson like that as a sophomore as well.
Here’s a GR3 as a freshman example:
Right now Livers’s Synergy profile has 2 points as a roll man (from this play), 2 points posting up, and 0 points in spot up - drive. All of his spot up scoring has been off the no dribble jumper. FWIW, obviously very early.