Miami Heat guard Duncan Robinson has been a little inconsistent with his outside sniping this season. But on Tuesday night against the Indiana Pacers, he once again reminded everyone why he’s one of the NBA’s most elite marksmen.

Robinson scored a season-high 26 points on 6-of-10 shooting from beyond the arc to help lead the Heat past the Pacers, 125-96. Tyler Herro also poured in 26 points on 5-of-8 sniping from long distance. The boys from South Beach tied a franchise record of 22 three-pointers.

Robinson, who signed a massive extension in the offseason, said after the win that his confidence skyrockets when the Heat, who had 30 assists, are finding the open man (via ESPN).

“When the ball’s moving like that, people just feel the energy of the ball, unselfish play. It’s easy to let it fly.”

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The undrafted shooter out of Michigan is averaging 11.6 points on 34.6 percent three-point shooting this season. His numbers have noticeably dipped from 13.1 points on 40.6 percent rainbow shooting last season. His strong outing against the Pacers, however, could be the start of a hot streak for Robinson.

With Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo, and Markieff Morris out for an extended period due to various injuries, Robinson is expected to do more heavy lifting.

The Heat have been in a see-saw in their last few outings and currently hold a 19-13 record. They will face the Detroit Pistons on Thursday in hopes of avenging their loss last