Miles Plumlee Update
nucdnscut Jul 12, 9:16 a.m.
Oh geez... it's just another boy playing with other boys on the court.
I can surmize that we'll see a new post either late sunday or early monday with the austin rivers version....
903 G I Rogue Jul 12, 9:11 a.m.
Probably playing basketball, as opposed to being the team's hockey goon.
BlueDevils00 Jul 12, 7:15 a.m.
I hear he's already beat Tyler Hansbrough out for a spot. He will be the first Big off the bench. Tyler being shopped to the Bobcats .... Oh dear god...
"It's not a fashion show out there." You're right Tyler, it certainly isn't.
DookSuckz Jul 12, 6:16 a.m.
Let's see what he does against real NBA starters.
bradleyholt Jul 12, 5:37 a.m.
This is the perfect example of what college is for. I really don't think that if Miles had went to Stanford that he would be this far along. Duke put him in a great position. He has a ring, degree, and a family that opens doors. Miles is also opening his on doors now by his ability. I think this will give Mason and Marshall more confidence and relief. I say relief because when your bro has first round money and it was unexpected, it is just gravy for the whole family. I am sure they were doing fine but I am also sure that over the years and countless camps and such for three boys that the gas bill added up
903 G I Rogue Jul 12, 12:09 a.m.
Plumlee led the Pacers with 18 points on 6-of-12 shooting. He also contributed eight boards and three blocked shots.
Certainly, Plumlee moving closer to gaining the "most consistent" player award for the Pacers this Summer League following the Lance Stephenson sequel gives Larry Bird just a little more reason to be pleased with the pick. The Pacers touted Plumlee as a player who was ready to play immediately, and he has shown a lot of that through the first three games. A better offensive touch than previously given credit for and a rebounding game that is, at the very least, there, unlike Orlando Johnson's touted offensive game.
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