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Rotowire: Sep 9 / 12:15p ET
News: Robinson (meniscus surgery) has begun working out, the NY Times reports.
Impact: Robinson underwent surgery to repair the meniscus in his right knee back in mid-July. He signed with the Nets shortly before that, and he should serve in a backup role behind their starting frontcourt of Thaddeus Young and Brook Lopez. At this point, it appears Robinson might be ready by the start of the season, but we won't have a great read on his health until training camp opens in a few weeks.
Rotowire: Aug 9 / 4:03p ET
News: Robinson's surgically-repaired right knee was still immobilized a week ago, but he's expected to be ready for the start of the Nets' training camp October 1, NetsDaily reports.
Impact: Robinson underwent surgery to repair a slight tear in the meniscus of his left knee in the middle of July. The Nets have Brook Lopez and Thaddeus Young starting in the frontcourt, and Joe Johnson will likely see time at power forward in small-ball lineups, leaving less time in the big-man rotation for Robinson off the bench. If the Nets fall prey to injuries, Robinson could be a decent contributor in rebounds, but with his value largely tied to his contributions in that singular category, Robinson's prospects in fantasy for the 2015-16 season like tepid at best.
Rotowire: Jul 14 / 11:20a ET
News: Robinson tore the meniscus in his right knee and will have surgery on Wednesday, Andrew Keh of The New York Times reports.
Impact: Robinson signed a new two-year deal with the Nets, and given that the tear is reportedly a small one, it appears that he won't be held out for too long. Entering the season, it is expected that Robinson will serve as Thaddeus Young's backup at the power forward position.