Brooklyn Revolution is a revolutionary podcast covering the Brooklyn Nets. On Episode 9, Sandy Mui and Jimmy Espinal recap the Nets’ second week of free agency and Summer League. The Brooklyn Nets finally struck out with Otto Porter Jr. last Saturday, but it didn’t take long for General Manager Sean Marks to make his first successful move by landing […]
Former Nets forward Mason Plumlee appeared on ESPN’s Highly Questionable Wednesday, and naturally, hosts Dan LeBetard and Bomani Jones asked him stories about his most story-ific teammate Kevin Garnett. Plumlee did not disappoint. I don’t want to spoil anything because it’s truly something to hear Mason tell these KG stories firsthand. But let’s just say […]
A chilling gallery of Brook Lopez, Deron Williams, Andrei Kirilenko, Cory Jefferson and Sergey Karasev at D-Will’s halloween bash
Mason Plumlee on Twitter Height: 6″11″ Weight: 235 lbs. Date of Birth: March 5, 1990 Years Pro: 1 Before NBA: Duke University Drafted: 22nd overall, 2013 NBA Draft Nickname: Mase, Plums – Full Stats – Mason Alexander “Plumdog Millionaire Plummer American Hero Wilt Shaquille Russell Hakeem Abdul-” Plumlee hits the ground running for his […]
The theme of this pod is “If You Were Commissioner For A Day.” Basically, if you could change one thing about basketball, the NBA or the Nets, what would you do. You can tweet at us @bkglueguys or comment below for what you would do. Thanks for listening as always. Rundown: TGG starts with some […]
Mason Plumlee: 70 G, 22 GS, 18.2 MPG, 7.4 PPG, 4.4 RPG, 0.9 APG, 0.70 SPG, 0.79 BPG, .659 FG% .000 3P%, .626 FT%, 19.09 PER, 4.8 EWA Plums. EELMULP NOSAM. Plumdog Millionaire. Free Mason. Professor Plum With The Hammer In The Paint. The Plumber With The Flush. it’s safe to say that Mason Plumlee […]
Nets rookie Mason Plumlee
Tuesday night, unlikely hero and Nets rookie center Mason Plumlee made the play of the game, stuffing LeBron James at the rim on a dunk attempt that would have put the Heat up by one and preserving an 88-87 victory and Nets season sweep.
Mason and Miles Plumlee go toe-to-toe for the second time in their professional history tonight, and the first with both players as starters. Let’s break down the matchup.
BY JAKE HENSON I remember thinking on draft night that Mason Plumlee would never be a star, but it’s also pretty hard to see him out of the league in 5 years. He was hyped as a high-character, hustle-and-energy guy that could come in and help a team with some enthusiastic minutes off the bench. […]
If you watched the Brooklyn Nets beat the New Orleans Pelicans 93-81 Sunday night, you saw the type of player Mason Plumlee can become. With 22 points and 13 rebounds, Plumlee epitomized everything a modern NBA center should be and in turn gave the Nets a new dimension: vertical weaponry. If you’ve been following the […]