Duke Basketball: 3 Reasons Mason Plumlee Will Be a Solid NBA Player

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Duke Basketball: 3 Reasons Mason Plumlee Will Be a Solid NBA Player
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Duke forward Mason Plumlee had an impressive junior season for the Blue Devils in 2011-12.

The athletic big man averaged more than 11 points while grabbing a team-high 9.2 rebounds per game, tying for third most in the ACC. Plumlee also led Coach K's squad with 1.6 blocks per.

Mason's brother, Miles, was selected No. 26 overall in the 2012 NBA Draft. With more athleticism, defensive abilities and offensive prose than his older sibling, the senior could find himself in the lottery in 2013.

Here are three reasons why Mason Plumlee will be a good NBA player.

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