It’s an attitude and work ethic that Washington definitely will enjoy seeing from Robinson if he becomes their selection at No. 3, along with his desire to help take a struggling team out of the lottery and back to the playoffs.
“It’s a challenge that I want to take on, to play at home,” Robinson said. “Being a kid growing up here, I’ve always been a Wizards fan. This is a dream to be right here right now. If I want to get to the top of this league, I want to take on the challenge to come to this team and help them get over that hump.”
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