Welcome To D’Antoni’s Doghouse Nate

After collecting his third straight DNP-coach’s decision in the Knicks’ 106-97 win over the Nets, Robinson may not see any extended action for a while, and there’s little reason to argue otherwise.

Robinson’s antics — from shooting at the wrong basket in the Knicks’ first meeting with the Nets to his self-absorbed play on the court — have landed him in the coach’s doghouse.

But so have telling statistics that show the Knicks are 0-9 when Robinson plays 19 minutes or more and 6-6 when he plays fewer minutes or not at all.

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