Mason & Miles Plumlee Doing Well In The NBA

The move to Phoenix has been very positive for former Blue Devil Miles Plumlee - Christian Petersen

Both Plumlees are surprising, but perhaps Miles most of all.

A quick note on the elder two Plumlees: Mason is settling in nicely with the Nets.. Although GM Billy King expected him to spend some time in the D-League, Plumlee has exceeded expectations. Check out this article from the New York Times.

Meanwhile, out in Phoenix, Miles is averaging 11.2 points, 8.8 rebounds and 1.8 blocks per game. In his Suns debut, against Portland, Miles had 18 points, 15 rebounds and three blocks.

We saw it at Duke, but not everyone fully realized just how athletic both Plumlees are. Well, they're realizing it now.

Speaking of brothers in the NBA, how would you even rank them?

You could start with the Van Arsdale twins back in the day, and the five Jones brothers, the best of whom was Sixer Caldwell, and of course Horace and Harvey Grant. But you have to also consider Bernard and Albert King, the Person brothers, and probably several others we can't think of right now.

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