Mason Plumlee Update
BogeyBoy Dec 27, 3:42 p.m.
This is so laughably wrong as it relates to UNC under Roy Williams.
Out of the Class of 2002 -
The highest rated player to play as an upperclassman was Ray Felton, the second highest was McCants.
Out of the Class of 2005 -
The highest rated player to play as an upperclassman was Hansbrough.
Out of the Class of 2006 -
The highest rated player to play as an upperclassman was Ty Lawson, the second highest rated was Wayne Ellington.
Out of the Class of 2009 -
The highest rated player to play as an upperclassman was John Henson.
Out of the Class of 2010 -
The highest rated player to play as a sophomore was Harrison Barnes.
Out of the Class of 2011 -
The highest rated player to play as a sophomore or upperclassman was/is James McAdoo. The second highest rated player to play as an upperclassman would have been PJ Hairston.
Nobody over the last 14 years has had more highly rated guys stick around longer than Ol' Roy.
903 Hail Providence Dec 27, 3:43 p.m.
Belmont on your home floor says it all...
BogeyBoy Dec 27, 3:44 p.m.
That is the kind of deep thought and quality post I would expect from you.
kato_karma3.2 Dec 27, 4:37 p.m.
Shallow Hal...would be proud of booger-boy (after getting a glimpse of his life-partner). And proud of dook too, if they were to achieve back-to-back Elite Eights for the first time in a decade and a half.
Back on topic.
In his most recent outing, Mason didn't miss a single attempt in his 27 minutes of action. He scored his 22 points on five 3-pointers, while going 3 of 3 at the free-throw line. He also filled up the box score nicely, with two assists, two blocks and three steals in the win.
Oh wait...that was DANNY GREEN.
larrys080 Aggies Dec 27, 7:14 p.m.
Good to know that you think a regular season game is more important than a tournament game!
ACC Regualr Season Champion > ACC Tournamnet Champion
Good call 903!!
903 Hail Providence Dec 27, 7:23 p.m.
no one said it was more important. just more recent and therefore more relevant... and more embarrassing...
BogeyBoy Dec 28, 3:38 a.m.
That's a nice stat line for Danny. If he had only scored another 18 points he would have hit the 40 points that Kyrie Irving scored on the same night. He still would have needed another 2 rebounds, 7 assists, and a steal to catch up but still, by Heel standards it was a nice night for him.
If Danny can keep that type of performance up maybe the gap between Duke and UNC players in the NBA can narrow a bit.
kato_karma3.2 Dec 28, 7:56 a.m.
Thanks, little booger, for confirming what was already established on pg. 6, post 1 (that the only real differentiator between the two programs currently is a former dookie that logged a total of 11 games for the school in durm).
btw, that same differentiator went 0-9 from the floor and 0-3 from the stripe against the same team 3 weeks ago.
can you say struggling??? some have alluded that the crown jewel dookie is the biggest letdown in the Eastern Conference (with his team under the projected playoff cut -- again)...
Carol1naClassy Dec 28, 11:35 a.m.
Back on topic.....
The lowly Nets finally win one, with little help from Keg-Head:
Mason PlumUglee, Nets:
9 minutes played, 3 fouls (goon!), 5 points, 4 rebounds....
HSfan6789 Dec 28, 11:45 a.m.
Good to see you keeping up with Duke players in the NBA.
Btw, Krispy Kreme May looked good behind the UNCheat bench yesterday. Was his NBA or Euro team on Christmas break.
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