Now that Charlotte Hornets center Miles Plumlee, right, seems to be healthy – he played 15 minutes Wednesday in Toronto after missing more than a month with a calf injury – he could see some time in the post against his younger brother Mason.
Now that Charlotte Hornets center Miles Plumlee, right, seems to be healthy – he played 15 minutes Wednesday in Toronto after missing more than a month with a calf injury – he could see some time in the post against his younger brother Mason. Chuck Burton AP
Now that Charlotte Hornets center Miles Plumlee, right, seems to be healthy – he played 15 minutes Wednesday in Toronto after missing more than a month with a calf injury – he could see some time in the post against his younger brother Mason. Chuck Burton AP

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