The NBPA meeting is in the Bahamas this year during all-star break. The NBPA is getting smart. I’m predicting record attendance. Any suggestions on what to lobby for from the league? Hard to complain as an NBA player, but if I go to the meeting?
I would say the biggest surprise this season is how good our defense has been. Everybody keeps asking what has changed since last year.
Last year’s camp in Dubai turned out to be such a good experience that we decided to do it again.
I’ve had a bit of time to process last season and the bottom line is there are no excuses. We should have made the playoffs and we need to get there this year.
Y’all know I love to travel. This summer I did a quick weekend trip to Montreal and had a blast.
I had a chance to join my teammate Richard Jefferson for episode 63 of his Road Trippin’ podcast for Uninterrupted.
I’ve always liked a good beanie to keep me warm, so this winter I decided to create my own. I liked the final product so much that I decided to make some available to fans.
I’ve been collecting sneakers for a while and am always looking to learn more, so Reddit seemed like a great place to have a conversation.
Every year there are a few cities I circle on the calendar because I know I’ll see a lot of family and friends. This year we hit three of those cities on one trip — Charlotte, Atlanta and New York.
My name is Mason Plumlee. We met briefly last year, but I never had the chance to give you a firm handshake, look you in the eye and formally introduce myself.
One of the lasting images of my trip to South Africa is of animals scattering everywhere as our bush plane descended onto the dirt runway near Phinda Game Reserve.
We had kids from Egypt, Serbia, Morocco, the Philippines, Colombia, India and Algeria just to name a few. I was grateful that they wanted to be there, and humbled that their parents were willing to make it possible for them to attend.
K Academy is like a reunion for former Duke players and fantasy camp for everyone else. I appreciate that Coach K does this because we’ll never have a homecoming or reunion that everyone can attend.
I just returned from London where my good friend Ben Levine helped open up a hotel in Shoreditch called The Curtain. We went for the official opening (which included a Giggs performace) and had an absolute blast.
I have Cleveland coming out of the East and Golden State out of the West. Anybody feel different? It’s an advantage when you can sweep a team and just be chilling waiting on the next round with your next opponent going six or seven games.
All-Star Weekend was a great break for me. I was actually glad to be traded before the break, most moves happen closer to the deadline. Things happen so fast with a trade, it gave me some time to delegate logistics and get organized.
Trades in the offseason are a lot easier to deal with (having done it both ways now), but I am ready for the team I’m joining and love the fact that we are in a playoff hunt.
The last 24 hours have been a blur, but such is life in the NBA. One minute you’re in Portland, the next you’re in Denver. New city, new teammates, new coach, new places to explore and new people to meet. It all happens incredibly fast, there’s little time to pause and reflect.
First, I just want to thank you for visiting my website and for all the support and encouragement. It means everything to me.
I had a cool three-day stay in San Francisco. I don’t care for the Warriors, but I do love the Bay Area.I watched a couple episodes of Silicon Valley on the flight down so I could better appreciate the innovation and brilliance surrounding me when we touched down…actually pretty surprised how far Pied Piper has come — I walked by the new HQ on Market Street……