Miles Plumlee selected 26th by Indiana

Miles Plumlee becomes Coach K's 25th first round draft pick after being drafted by the Pacers with the 26th pick in the 2012 NBA Draft.

Plumlee, a former top 100 recruit, won a national title during his freshman season at Duke. As a senior he averaged 6.6 points and 7.1 rebounds in leading the Blue Devils to a 27-7 overall record.

In February Plumlee set a Coach K-era single game record for most rebounds with 22 against Maryland.

Following his senior season the elder of the three Plumlee brothers was thought to be a second round pick, but a strong showing in the various draft combines and camps propelled him into the first round.

Plumlee closed his four-year career at Duke with 650 points and 654 rebounds, while shooting 55.6 percent (262-of-471) from the field. He helped Duke to the 2010 NCAA Championship, three ACC Tournament titles and a 115-20 record during his four seasons in Durham.

With the selection of Plumlee, head coach Mike Krzyzewski passes former UNC coach Dean Smith for the most first round picks produced over a career with 25.

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