Plumlee Connection: Brother Marshall Commits To Duke

Curtis Clontz@@curtisclontzCorrespondent IIJuly 12, 2010

INDIANAPOLIS - APRIL 05:  Fans of the Duke Blue Devils support Duke against the Butler Bulldogs during the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball National Championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium on April 5, 2010 in Indianapolis, Indiana.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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The Duke Basketball team is a very close-knit group. It has been said that they all but share the same blood. Last season, a few were actually blood as Miles Plumlee joined brother Mason. Throughout the season their chemistry became crucial as a two headed monster to replace Big Z.

Assuming that Mason stays for his senior year, he will be joined by another friendly face, little brother Marshall.

Marshall Plumlee has made a verbal commitment to the institution of family choice.  Many assumed that he would follow in his brothers' footsteps, and this really isn't a shocker.

Marshall is a true big guy. The center actually plays like one, a rare occurrence in today's And 1-dominated game of flash. 

This summer, Marshall is continuing to play on the AAU circuit, continuously working on his jump hook and low post moves. It is said that he can already play with his back to the basket and his range is improving.

The happiest Cameron Crazy of all may be Momma Plumlee, who is thrilled to have all three donning Duke Blue in the future. 

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