Player Profile - Robin Lopez
SEASON HIGHLIGHTS BY THE NUMBERS
7 - Blocked seven shots against Denver on Feb. 25, a new career high
29 - Finished the regular season with 29 double-doubles, had only 15 combined from 2008-13
326 - Set the Trail Blazers individual record for offensive rebounds in a season
In his first season with the Trail Blazers, Robin Lopez started all 82 games and averaged 11.1 points (55.1% FG,) 0.9 assists, 8.5 rebounds, 1.70 blocks and 31.8 minutes. He ranked seventh in the NBA in field goal percentage, eighth in blocks per game and was 25th in the league in rebounds per game while averaging career highs in rebounds, assists, blocks and minutes. Lopez became the first NBA player to record 300-plus offensive rebounds and 130-plus blocks in a season since Dwight Howard in 2010-11.
A leader on the floor defensively, he led the team in rebounding 26 times and recorded double-digit rebounds 33 times. He grabbed a career-best 18 rebounds against Utah on Feb. 21, adding 12 points on 5-of-8 shooting and in the same game, set another career high with 12 defensive rebounds. Four times during the season he tallied a personal best nine offensive boards, most recently March 25 at Orlando, where he also scored a season best 20 points (9-13 FG.)
During the Playoffs Lopez averaged 10 points, 9.1 rebounds and 1.82 blocks in 33.4 minutes.