First Round Pick Plumlee Agrees Deal With Nets
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The Brooklyn Nets announced on Wednesday they’ve agreed to a contract with first round pick Mason Plumlee.
Plumlee was drafted No. 22 overall at last Thursday’s 2013 NBA draft. ESPN reported that the deal is worth $6.5 million and runs for four years. Plumlee is ready to go for Nets practices under new head coach Jason Kidd. Fellow big-man Andray Blatche agreed a one-year deal on Tuesday.
Plumlee was named Pete Newell Big Man of the Year and Second Team AP All-American in his final collegiate season at Duke. He was selected to the All-ACC First Team and the NCAA Midwest Regional All-Tournament Team.
Plumlee will participate in the in the 2013 Orlando Pro Summer League.
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