Duke bench goes insane because Marshall Plumlee hit a three-pointer

Sunday November 16th, 2014

Duke junior Marshall Plumlee hit a three-pointer with 32 seconds remaining Friday night during the Blue Devil's 113-44 win over Presbyterian. 

On the surface, this might not sound overly exciting. It's pretty impressive though for a seven-foot center. Just ask Duke's bench, with an assist to R. Kelly.  

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Coach K doesn't seem quite as impressed as his players, but hey, you can't please everyone. 

Marshall, of course, is the younger brother of former Blue Devils Miles and Mason Plumlee. It was the first three-pointer of Marshall's career, which now gives him as many as Miles had and half as many as Mason had while in Durham.

If he hits a couple more, he can have full bragging rights over his brothers and a whole new opportunity for reaction from his teammates, though we're not sure how you can top this. 

- Molly Geary



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