Miami Heat sniper Duncan Robinson is partnering with Dunkin’ to support Feeding South Florida, a hunger-relief organization serving Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade, and Monroe Counties.

The marksman is one of many NBA players who have pledged to help first responders during this worldwide coronavirus pandemic.

Robinson will start with Feeding South Florida and partner up with Dunkin’ to help three other local organizations, encouraging fans to donate what they can to support those in need.

The 25-year-old is only making $1.4 million this season after being on a two-way contract last season. While he is unable to donate the $500,000 others (Joel Embiid, Al Horford, etc.) have in past weeks, he’s surely doing his part to promote awareness and help his community in whatever ways he can.

Feeding South Florida has been helping put food on the table for many families in need, starting with young ones who are unable to get the meals usually provided at school.

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Robinson has been a complete surprise for the NBA world and a good one for the Heat, raising his scoring average by a whopping 10 points per game and canning 44.8% of his 3-point shots — the skill that got him into the league.

The 6-foot-7 wing is also shooting a cool 90.6% from the foul line while getting 30 minutes a night under Erik Spoelstra. Robinson has started 60 of 65 games played thus far, proving to be a difference-maker on the court as much as he is in his local community.

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