Robinson with the Bucks
|No. 20, 5, 21, 30, 40|
April 28, 1941|
|Died||May 23, 20131
Los Angeles, California
|Listed height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Listed weight||185 lb (84 kg)|
|High school||Elgin (Elgin, Illinois)|
|NBA draft||1965 / Round: 2 / Pick: 15th overall|
|Selected by the Cincinnati Royals|
|Pro playing career||1965–1978|
|1971–1972||Los Angeles Lakers|
|1973–1974||San Diego Conquistadors (ABA)|
|1978||Indiana Wizards (AABA)|
|Career highlights and awards|
|Career NBA and ABA statistics|
|Points||7,577 (14.0 ppg)|
|Rebounds||1,372 (2.5 rpg)|
|Assists||1,628 (3.0 apg)|
|Stats at Basketball-Reference.com|
A native of Elgin, IL, Robinson graduated in 1959 from Elgin High School. He was the leading scorer for the high school's conference-championship teams of 1958 and 1959 and among the first class inducted into the Elgin Sports Hall of Fame.
Robinson attended Southern Illinois University before transferring to the University of Wyoming. A 6'1" guard at Wyoming, Robinson was a three-time first-team All-Western Athletic Conference honoree. He averaged 26.2 points per game as a sophomore, 25.6 points as a junior and 27 points as a senior. His 2,049 points place him third on Wyoming's all-time scoring list, and in 2005 he was named to the school's All-Century team.
Robinson played seven seasons (1966–1973) in the National Basketball Association and one season (1973–1974) in the now-defunct American Basketball Association. He averaged 14.5 points per game and 3.1 assists per game during his NBA/ABA career.
The 15th pick in the 1965 NBA draft, Robinson made his NBA debut with the Cincinnati Royals in 1966.
In the 1969-70 season, Robinson averaged a career high 21.8 points per game and was selected to the 1970 NBA All-Star Game, the only All-Star game he would play in. He also led the NBA in free throw percentage that season.2
Robinson was a reserve behind Jerry West and Gail Goodrich for the Los Angeles Lakers team that won a league-record 33 consecutive games and later won an NBA championship with the team in 1972, playing on what has been considered one of the NBA's Top Ten Teams of all time. When he joined the Lakers, their broadcaster, Chick Hearn, called him "Mr. Instant Point".
In January 2005, Robinson was named to Wyoming's All-Century Team. 
- Pincus, Eric (May 23, 2013), "Lakers mourn the death of Flynn Robinson", The Los Angeles Times
- Goldstein, Richard (May 25, 2013), "Flynn Robinson, Scorer on Dominant N.B.A. Club, Dies at 72", The New York Times
- Career statistics at http://www.basketball-reference.com
- "Flynn Robinson's life in basketball didn't end at 33," by Jerry Crowe, Los Angeles Times, March 24, 2008
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