Plumlee at it agian
he had his second straight good game. Putting up 13 points, 13 boards, and 3 blocks. Can he put these numbers up all year with these minutes? He has always been athletic.
Are you posting about Marshall and Mason?
I do not think so.. I would see him being at best case around 8 pts, 8 rebs 1.5 blocks in 30 minutes. Hes still a rookie with a lot to learn
Your confusing the brothers. The rookie is on the nets, Miles the Suns, which this post is about.
I know Bird believed in him, v reason he took him in 1st round. In surprised pacers gave up on him so soon.
I am not an expertise in his case but ive read posts that say he dominated Duke scrimmages when he was there but could never seem to put it al ltogether for the games.
I always liked the guy tbh
Miles is super athletic and is having a nice start to the season...But remember, the Suns don't necessarily have the weapons that could take shots away from him so Miles is the beneficiary of that and is able to get some padded stats
13 boards you can't take that away the man is playing good give him props he may not be an allstar but he sure is playing good ball right now!!
Miles is a revelation. He's pulling out stuff that I've never seen him use before. Running hooks, lefty hooks, legit post moves, face up bankers off the glass. This is in addition to the stuff that was expected like energy, hustle points and finishing off dumpoffs.
He looks like a completely new player.
He always pulled these moves and missed them in games.
I remember when hebwas tearingup rookkie year preseason i got mad negs for saying he had decent moved in thepost he just always missed them. In games at duke he wouls break free with up and unders and simply miss the open shots
The one thing that has been holding back Plumlee has been confidence. Seems like he finally has that now.