You know I love how people are dogging the bucs for firing Lovie. Unless you are a bucs fan and know what what going on, on why they dumped him then just shut up. Lovie Smith ran an outdated defense scheme, sucked at making halftime adjustments, and did not get on to players for committing flags. They were one of the worst flaged teams, and he did not do crap about it. The coach the bucs have now is the reason for this teams success and improvement, not Lovie. He is the reason Jamies had a good year and why the offense is 5th ranked. If the bucs had lost Koetter which is why they fired Lovie, because they were afraid of losing him. If they had lost Koetter. Then the team would of sucked again. Jameis would of digressed. You should know what you are talking before you sputter moronic nonsense.
Summary: As expected, Robinson has emerged as the go-to player for the Jayhawks this season which has really helped his draft stock. He is pretty complete power forward with a very nice inside/outside game and a terrific combination of size, strength and athleticism to be an ideal NBA power forward. He is certainly a lottery prospect and could move as high as the top five if he really thrives at Kansas this season.
Player Comparison: Poor-man's Blake Griffin. I am pretty high on Robinson, so I will give him a pretty lofty comparison. Robinson obviously isn't as good as Griffin was when he was at Oklahoma, but the two have similar traits: explosion at the rim, great athleticism for power forwards, strength, NBA-ready bodies. Griffin had a higher motor, but I actually think Robinson has a better jump shot.