Mitchell Robinson raises Spurs fans' eyebrows with recent Twitter activity

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The San Antonio Spurs could be searching for an upgrade at center this offseason after trading Jakob Poeltl before the deadline. They would love to secure a young big who can jumpstart their rebuild and grow with their core over multiple seasons. Could Mitchell Robinson be their target?

The 24-year-old center is unhappy with his role in New York, and he threw some shade at the Knicks on Twitter about it after getting just four field goal attempts in Wednesday night's loss to the Miami Heat. 

Robinson is averaging 7.4 points, 9.0 rebounds, and 1.6 blocks in 27.2 minutes per game this season. He has played well as a defensive anchor, and New York is in a position to make the playoffs. But the big man made it clear he wants more opportunities with the ball after liking this Tweet on March 22.

Mitchell Robinson raises eyebrows with recent Twitter activity

Robinson signed a four-year $60M contract with the Knicks during the 2022 offseason, so San Antonio must trade for the talented seven-footer if they want him on their roster. He might get more opportunities on the rebuilding Spurs, and his descending contract structure is an attractive trade asset. It appears Mitch Rob wants to leave New York this summer, and the Spurs should be eager to try to land him.

Gregg Popovich is no stranger to getting the most out of a talented big man, and Spurs fans were quick to jump into the comments of the original tweet before KnicksMuse took it down. Supporters would certainly welcome Robinson, but will it happen?

Mitchell Robinson opened the door for speculation. His desire for a more significant role is evident. He potentially believes he can find it in San Antonio, but will the Spurs make the interest mutual? It is something to monitor closely as the offseason approaches, and Mitch Rob is a player Spurs fans should watch in the postseason.

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