The Oklahoma City Thunder have announced that they have signed Justin Robinson to a second 10 day contract.
Robinson’s first 10 day contract was coming to an end today after signing on April 5.
In six games since signing, Robinson has averaged 3.5 points, one rebound and 1.3 assists. But, there is a sharp contrast in minutes played when comparing his first three games (18 minutes a game) to the last three (six minutes a game).
Robinson averaged 15 points, 3 rebounds, and 6 assists per game on highly efficient shooting from downtown in the G League.
Robinson had a cup of coffee last season with the Washington Wizards, where he played in nine games.
Outside of that NBA stint, Robinson has bounced around in the G League since going undrafted in 2019 out of Virginia Tech.
This will be Robinson’s last 10 day contract as a team can only sign a player to two contracts. The Thunder will have to decide on April 25 whether or not to keep Robinson for the remainder of the season. By that point, there will only be 12 games left to play.