Miami Heat veteran Udonis Haslem has declared teammate Duncan Robinson the best shooter he has ever seen.
We’re still in the midst of the Steph Curry era; furthermore, Haslem has played with some of the greatest marksmen in NBA history, including the great Ray Allen. However, speaking on the Neat and Unfiltered podcast with Kenyon Martin Sr., the three-time champion claimed Duncan is the best he’s ever seen when it comes to letting it fly.
“Duncan the best shooter I ever seen bruh,” Haslem said (H/T SLAM). “I’ve been with the greatest ones. Ray Allen, Mike Miller, James Jones, Rashard Lewis, Daequan Cook. I’ve been with some people that have won 3-point competitions.
“The thing that makes Duncan the best shooter is the way he gets his shot off. He gets his shot off in multiple different ways: off the dribble, off the handoff, step back, side step. I ain’t never seen nobody don’t stop moving throughout the whole game.”
Robinson, now in his second year in the NBA having come up as an undrafted player, recently became the fastest player to hit 300 threes in league history. He broke the record for most threes in a single season for the Heat last term and looks well on his way to becoming the team’s all-time leading three-point scorer.