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NBA Draft Blog:
Time to kick off the full scouting reports for the 2013 NBA Draft, starting with the seniors first. Leading off is a National Player of the Year candidate, a former National Champion, and one of the best big men in the country - Duke's Mason Plumlee.
Name: Mason Plumlee Age: 22 School: Duke
Height: 6’10 Weight: 235 Projected Position: PF/C
2012-13 Stats (As of 1/18/13):
17.5 ppg, 11.4 rpg, 1.9 apg, 1.6 bpg, 2.8 tpg (33.6 minutes per game)
62.1 FG%, 65.0 FT%, 63.8 TS%, 10.6 OREB%, 26.1 DREB%, 18.9 TREB%
SKILLS & ATHLETIC BREAKDOWN
One of Plumlee’s biggest areas of improvement since last season, Plumlee has turned himself into a legitimate low-post scoring threat. Plumlee has done a solid job looking to establish position on the blocks, and is capable of going over either shoulder to make his move to the basket, though he is much stronger
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