MARSHALL PLUMLEE RUMORS

Marshall Plumlee gives emotional speech at Duke banquet

Duke senior Marshall Plumlee was one of the most improved players in the country this past year, averaging 8.3 points and 8.6 rebounds per contest. Thursday night, he gave an incredibly emotional speech at the team’s end of the year banquet to cap off his career as a Blue Devil. Plumlee, who noted that the last eight years have featured at least one Plumlee on Duke’s roster...
Via College Spun
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Duke Posts Cool “End Of An Era” Tribute To Plumlee Brothers

For the first time since 2007, the Duke Blue Devils will take the floor next season without a Plumlee on the floor. If all you’ve witnessed is the last eight years of Duke basketball, things will never be the same. In that span, the Blue Devils have captured two national titles – and each of the three brothers have one of those under their belt. It’s the end of an era.  Thursday...
Via College Spun
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Marshall Plumlee makes emotional Instagram post after final Duke game

The Duke Blue Devils fell to the Oregon Ducks during the Sweet Sixteen Thursday night and it was a pretty emotional loss for the defending national champions. It was especially emotional for senior center Marshall Plumlee. Plumlee took to Instagram after the loss and gave a tribute to his teammates. He thanked them and said he was proud of them for what they had done this season...
Via Campus Sports Net
March 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Here’s Marshall Plumlee’s Awesome Instagram Post After Final Game In Duke Uniform

Duke fell short against Oregon in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament Thursday night, 82-68, putting an end to an up and down 2015-16 season.  While a young Blue Devils team will return next season to make another run at the title, it’ll have to do so without senior center Marshall Plumlee, who will now begin his career in the Army. Friday afternoon, following his final...
Via College Spun
March 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Marshall Plumlee breaks nose in win over NC State

For a long time, it’s been known that the Plumlee brothers of the Duke Blue Devils have been some of the toughest players in the country. The youngest brother, Marshall Plumlee, proved that he is the toughest of the three in a game-winning play in the ACC tournament on Wednesday. The Blue Devils were facing off against the NC State Wolfpack in the second round of the conference...
Via Campus Sports Net
March 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Marshall Plumlee suffers gruesome nose injury, returns to save Duke

The Duke Blue Devils would have likely been bounced from the opening round of the ACC Tournament if not for the play of senior center Marshall Plumlee, who recorded a double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds despite suffering a broken nose midway through the second half. While fighting for a rebound, Plumlee caught a stray elbow from teammate Matt Jones that crushed his nose...
Via Fox Sports
March 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Photo: It Looks Like Duke’s Marshall Plumlee Broke His Nose vs. N.C. State

Duke big man Marshall Plumlee might be playing against N.C. State with a broken nose.  A little more than midway through the second half, Plumlee took an accidental elbow to the face going up for a rebound. His nose was bloodied a bit and he went to the bench for a couple minutes before returning to the game.  It looks like his nose might have been broken.  Nope nope nope. pic...
Via College Spun
March 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Instagram post shows of Marshall Plumlee’s impressive growth

The Duke Blue Devils will celebrate Senior Day when they host rival North Carolina today for their final game of the regular season. One senior that has been an integral piece for the Coach K’s team is Marshall Plumlee. He has been a big player for the Blue Devils throughout his career and he will leave the school knowing that a legacy has come to an end as he is the last of the...
Via Campus Sports Net
March 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Duke down to its last Plumlee, braces for end of an era

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) The end of an era is coming for No. 15 Duke: The Blue Devils will finally run out of Plumlees. Duke has had at least one - and for one year, all three - Plumlee brothers on the team since 2008. During the past eight seasons, they've combined to play in 392 games and each will have left with an NCAA championship ring. The run is winding down, with the youngest...
Via Associated Press
February 26, 2016  |  Discuss

Marshall Plumlee shows some improvement for Duke Basketball

Marshall Plumlee shows some improvement for Duke BasketballVery early in the season it became painfully apparent that this year’s Duke Basketball team lacked any form of a low post presence. Head coach Mike Krzyzewski has intelligently opted for a smaller lineup than he has typically had in the past in order to increase his team’s offensive efficiency. Unfortunately, by having...
Via isportsweb.com
February 26, 2014  |  Discuss
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