HoopsHype Miles Plumlee rumors


July 27, 2013 Updates

"Luis will be a very important asset to our team and to our bench,” said Pacers President of Basketball Operations Larry Bird. “He has NBA experience, international experience and is the type of player that will fit in nicely on our roster. I want to thank Gerald and Miles for their contributions. They had tough years last season, but worked hard, never complained and contributed to the great chemistry our team had. I think Gerald and Miles will be solid additions in Phoenix and we wish them well." NBA.com

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Back in early December, Pacers.com's Scott Agness reported on Roy Hibbert and Miles Plumlee joining the set of Parks and Recreation here in Indy. Their visit has come to fruition and the episode is set to air this Thursday, January 17th on NBC (13 WTHR) at 8:30 PM EST. NBA.com

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The Indiana Pacers have recalled rookie center Miles Plumlee from the NBA's Developmental League. Plumlee had been playing for the Fort Wayne Mad Ants since being assigned to the Pacers' D-League affiliate late last week. Indiana selected Plumlee with the 26th pick overall in June's draft, Larry Bird's final move as team president. USA Today Sports

November 21, 2012 Updates

The Indiana Pacers announced Wednesday that rookies Miles Plumlee and Orlando Johnson will join the Fort Wayne Mad Ants for two games this weekend. This is the first time the Pacers have assigned players to their NBA D-League affiliate. Plumlee, a 6-10, 245-pound center/forward who was the Pacers' first-round pick last June (26th overall), has played in four games this season, scoring four points and pulling down five rebounds. Johnson, a 6-5 guard who was a second-round pick that the Pacers acquired from Sacramento on draft night, has played in two games, but hasn’t scored. NBA.com

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Duke center Miles Plumlee is one of the big men on the rise, and the notion of his being taken in the first round isn't so far-fetched. Plumlee was the star of last month's group workout in Minnesota, not only playing well but also showing off his hops with the top vertical leap of 41 inches. He followed that up with a strong showing in Chicago, jumping 40½ inches while measuring 6-11¾ with shoes and 241 pounds. SI.com

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