Miami Heat forward Duncan Robinson proved he can be one of the game's most effective three-point specialists in his team's thrilling win on Friday night -- and apparently he has some trash talk in his game as well.
Robinson poured in 26 points on a blistering 7-of-13 from downtown against the Lakers in Game 5, good on better than half his long-range attempts.
Four of those points came on a nifty and-1 on a three-pointer late in the third quarter.
Robinson took a handoff from center Bam Adebayo and launched a bomb from the wing -- making the shot and drawing a foul from defender Kyle Kuzma in the process.
Kuzma hotly contested the foul -- but Robinson was sure to let him know he felt otherwise. Cameras appeared to show D-Rob dropping an f-bomb while calmly disagreeing with Kuzma on his way to the foul line.
"Hell yeah that's a f--king foul," he looked to have said.
Kuzma did appear to brush against Robinson while he was in the air, and placed his feet under where Robinson had jumped.
Robinson's 26 points were good for fourth most in the game and second most for a Miami team that has had to generate offense without the services of starting point guard Goran Dragic. The veteran floor general's status for Game 6 and a potential Game 7 was unclear after he warmed up with his teammate but was ultimately ruled out prior to Game 5.
In his absence, superstar Jimmy Butler has taken his offensive game to new heights, collecting two 30-point triple-double through the series' first five games -- a feat previously pulled off only by LeBron James, with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2015.
Game 6 was set for Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ET.