Of course if you ask any NBA fan about Childress now, they universally claim he was never even on a rotation in the NBA. So for a tiny bit Robinson's failure in Europe would boost the Euroleague and then it will be totally swept under the rug, just like the Childress experiment.
Robinson is obviously not a traditional point guard, and whichever team signs him ought to know that. He's an extremely undersized shooting guard. You can't say D'Antoni's system inflated his offense but ignore its effect on his defense. Robinson is a quick defender, very active one-on-one, though his size is a huge disadvantage. He wasn't invested at all in defense under D'Antoni since that's the system. If you put him in a system which stresses defense, he'll defend.
He would be an incredible 6th man for Olympiacos, coming off the bench and giving a scoring spurt which they usually so desperately need. He would be one of the top scorers in the Euroleague, and even though he doesn't offer much else, he would be an excellent (but pricey) role player, playing 20-25 mpg.
In other news, Prokom extended Qyntel Woods and Daniel Ewing. Any word on David Logan? He was excellent in the Euroleague last season.
This post has been edited by kobimel: 20 July 2009 - 12:36 PM