I’m not saying it’s impossible for him to do anything but I’m not sure what you think he did wrong against LSU given the way they defended him? We can agree, I assume, that he’s primarily a catch and shoot three-point shooter. Those opportunities won’t exist if the man defending him is tasked with ignoring everything but him and to stick with him like glue.
If a team sells out to shut him down, they can do it - but it SHOULD cost them (and our 1.4 ppp in the 2nd half sort of shows it did) elsewhere. In other words - he can inflict damage of a sort even when he’s not shooting.
He’s basically the walking reincarnation of Jon Diebler.
I would add one thing: against VCU he dribbled right at two to three hard closeouts (now he couldn’t do that against LSU because his man never left enough to need to close out) which is an undeniable wrinkle he may have added to his game (we’ll see if he can consistently do it). So he is developing.
I’d love to have a guy that can freeze someone with a crossover, and go up and release his shot on a dime before the defender can recover, but those guys are making $20 million and starting in the backcourt of Golden State and Portland. Robinson’s not that guy.