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Duncan Robinson re-joins Skyforce

The rookie is on a two-way contract with the Heat.

NBA: Brooklyn Nets at Miami Heat Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Heat’s official Twitter account announced that the team had sent forward Duncan Robinson back to their G League affiliate, the Sioux Falls Skyforce.

Robinson is on a two-way contract with the Heat, which allows him to spend up to 45 days with Miami and the rest of the season with the Skyforce. He last played mop-up duty during the Heat’s 29-point win over the Brooklyn Nets on March 2.

Barring injuries, it will be hard to envision Robinson playing much for the Heat this year. Erik Spoelstra has found a forward rotation he likes in Justise Winslow, Kelly Olynyk and Derrick Jones Jr. — and that’s not counting James Johnson, who may be out of the rotation.