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|Last 10 Games|
Bucks' Tyler Ennis, Miles Plumlee set to play Friday
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(2/20/15) Bucks coach Jason Kidd said point guard Tyler Ennis and center Miles Plumlee are set to play Friday against the Nuggets, FOX Sports Wisconsin reports.
Both Ennis and Plumlee were traded to the Bucks in the three-team deal that also brought Michael Carter-Williams to Milwaukee. Ennis has seen just 58 minutes of action in eight games, while Plumlee has averaged 4.3 points and 5.1 rebounds in 54 games.
The Bucks are 8 1/2-point favorites against the Nuggets at home Friday.
Bucks trade Knight to Suns; Sixers send Carter-Williams to Bucks
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(2/19/15) The Bucks traded guard Brandon Knight to the Suns in a three-team trade, which also involved the 76ers sending Michael Carter-Williams to the Bucks, reports CBSSports.com NBA Insider Ken Berger.
As part of the deal, the Suns will send Tyler Ennis and Miles Plumlee to the Bucks. The 76ers will receive a top-five lottery protected draft pick from Phoenix, via the Lakers. The Bucks announced the deal Thursday night.
"We’re thrilled to add three talented young players in Michael, Tyler and Miles to our team," general manager John Hammond said. "Jason and his staff have an excellent track record of developing young talent, and we think this trade will accelerate our team’s growth as we continue to build toward the future and our goal to put a championship-caliber team on the floor. Both Brandon and Kendall are outstanding players and even better young men. They’ve both played an important role in our success this season. We wish them nothing but the best. We thank Kenyon for his contributions on the court and in the locker room. "He’s a real professional and we wish him well."
Report: Knicks, Lakers interested in Suns' Miles Plumlee
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(2/17/15) The Suns are shopping C Miles Plumlee, who is averaging 4.7 points and 5.4 rebounds per game this season.
It appears that there are at least two potential trading partners for the Suns. According to Sam Amick of USA Today, the Lakers and Knicks are interested in dealing for Plumlee. His relatively low salary is part of his appeal, as neither team wants to add payroll.
Report: Suns actively shopping center Miles Plumlee
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(1/18/15) The Suns are reportedly still trying to make more moves, according to ESPN senior NBA writer Marc Stein. Phoenix is actively shopping center Miles Plumlee after acquiring Brandan Wright from the Celtics.
The Suns are hoping to get a future first-round pick for Plumlee, who is averaging 4.7 points and 5.4 rebounds per game this season. So far, no teams have been linked to Plumlee.
Suns establishing platoon system for Miles Plumlee and Alex Len
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(11/22/14) Suns coach Jeff Hornacek told reporters he would like to keep Miles Plumlee's and Alex Len's minutes relatively even at center. Hornacek added that he'd like to form a platoon system that plays each center five to six minutes at a time, according to the Arizona Republic.
"That's about their limit," Hornacek said. "Once they hit that, they start to tail down a little bit because we ask them to do a lot in terms of running the court for a big guy."
Plumlee has started all 13 games for Phoenix this season, averaging 5.9 points and 6.4 rebounds in 24.2 minutes per contest. Len has logged 19.0 minutes per contest and has averaged 6.2 points and 5.1 boards over that span.
|If anything, Miles Plumlee's strong start to last year showed the importance of the Summer League for Fantasy. He was basically a trade throw-in who became an immediate contributor on an up-and-coming Western Conference team. You might have caught on to his potential if you tuned in to any Pacers Summer League games, where Plumlee looked like the best player on the floor most times out. He faded out of relevance as the season wound down, but he stayed above 20 Fantasy points per game in eight of the first 11 weeks of the season. Pretty much all he does is dunk, rebound and block shots, so he's an efficient and effective piece for Rotisserie when given the minutes. Alex Len probably isn't ready to take the starting job from him, so look for Plumlee in the later rounds with the hopes he recaptures his early season production from last year.
(Updated 8/27/14) |
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