Plumlee has taken his game to a new level, expanding his offensive repertoire to the point where he's Duke's best scoring option.
His hands and body control at the rim are as good as anyone's in the country. And at seven feet tall with top-notch athleticism and mobility, it's not difficult for him to get there.
He scored a number of baskets above the cylinder, some over the shoulder, a few straight on, one reversed over his head. There's just never a tough angle for him.
While some big men lack that finesse inside, seemingly throwing it at the basket, Plumlee's soft hands allow him to delicately drop it through. He'd be my pick to win an egg-tossing competition.
However, the most impressive move of the day was facing up against Nerlens Noel, where he beat him baseline, backed in with his body and finished strong while absorbing contact.
After last night's game and his 19-point, 14-rebound, four-block senior debut, you have to expect Duke to start getting Plumlee the ball on the block more consistently.
He'll score, rebound and defend night to night and should start generating Player of the Year buzz before you know it.