ICYMI: Miami Heat Swingman To Miss Multiple Weeks After Surgery

It was only a week ago that he reached the 300 three-pointer mark faster than any player in NBA history, but he'll be stuck on 808 now for a while. Miami Heat guard Duncan Robinson will be out at least four weeks after undergoing finger surgery.

The surgery was to repair a torn ligament of his right second finger, and was done successfully on Wednesday. He'll be re-evaluated in 4 weeks.

The 5th-year swingman had been playing with the injury since November, and finally got a second opinion that concluded surgery was the only option.

Robinson also this week entered the books for another mark, with his 807th three: 

That long-range bomb made him the all-time leading three-point shooter in Heat franchise history.

All that being said, Robinson is not having his best season this year, shooting threes at a career-low (since his rookie season) of 33.1%. He's averaging just 6.9 points in about 18 minutes per game, also both his lowest marks since his rookie year when he only played 15 games.

Nevertheless, he still does stretch defenses as his reputation continues to force defenders to come out on him. Even for just 18 minutes a game, the Heat will miss his presence off the bench.

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