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Blue Devils up for ACC Post Season Honors

37Media members have until early Sunday evening to turn in their votes for ACC Post Season Awards.  Here is a statistical breakdown of the Duke players issued by Duke for thir consideration.

Mason Plumlee – All-ACC & ACC Player of the Year

Career Notes

• Member of Duke’s 1,000-point club

• Became the 31st player in ACC history to record 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds

• Top-10 all-time at Duke in rebounds (6th, 1,033), field goal percentage (9th, .570), blocks (5th, 195) and dunks (1st, 195).

• Five blocks shy of becoming the second player in ACC history to record over 1,000 points, 1,000 rebounds, 200 assists, 200 blocks and 100 steals in a career.

2012-13

• Second in the ACC and 15th nationally in rebounding (10.2)

• Tied for third in the ACC in scoring (17.0)

• One of two players in in the ACC and 14 nationally averaging a double-double

• Double-figure scoring in 27 of 30 games … double-figure rebounding in 17 of 30 games

• One of only seven players in the country averaging over 17.0 points and 10.0 rebounds per game

• Seven games with 20 or more points scored

• Capital One First Team Academic All-America … named to All-ACC Academic Team

• Oscar Robertson & Wooden Award Finalist

• USBWA National Player of the Week (Feb. 12) … two-time ACC Player of the Week (Dec. 3, Feb. 11) … ESPN.com National Player of the Month (November)

Seth Curry – All-ACC

Career Notes

• Member of Duke’s 1,000-point club

• Top-five all-time at Duke in three-point field goal percentage (3rd – .419, 207-of-494) and free throw percentage (5th – .826, 266-of-322).

• Has 207 made three-pointers in just three seasons in Durham

• Makes up one half of NCAA’s highest scoring brother tandem, along with his older brother, Stephen, who played at Davidson from 2006-09

2012-13

• Tied for third in the ACC in scoring (17.0)

• Second in the ACC with 2.7 made three-pointers per game

• Shooting .439 from three-point range, the third-highest clip in the ACC

• First in ACC in conference play with 3.1 made three-pointers per game

• Second in ACC with 15 20-point games … at least 20 points in 10 of 17 ACC games

• Wooden Award Midseason Watch List

• ACC Player of the Week (Dec. 31)

• Tied Duke’s single-game three-point percentage record (min. 5 attempts) by going 6-of-7 from beyond the arc on Jan. 17 against Georgia Tech

Quinn Cook – All-ACC

2012-13

• Top-five in the ACC in assists per game, steals per game and assist-to-turnover ratio

• Has scored in double figures 19 times with three 20+ point efforts

• Second on the team in three-point field goals (52) and three-point percentage (.426)

• Attempting to join Dick Groat (1952), Jason Williams (2000, 2001) and Chris Duhon (2004) as the only players in Duke history to average at least 10.0 points, 6.0 assists and 4.0 rebounds per game

• Finalist for Bob Cousy Award

• Named MVP of the Battle 4 Atlantis after leading Duke to wins over Minnesota, VCU and Louisville … averaged 13.7 points, 6.3 assists, and 3.3 rebounds per game at the tournament

• ACC Player of the Week (Nov. 26)

• Has two games with double-digit assists

• Has played 30 or more minutes in 24 games … ranks eighth in the ACC in minutes per game (33.6)

• Engineer of a Duke offense that has five players averaging double figures

Rasheed Sulaimon – ACC Rookie of the Year

2012-13

• Wayman Tisdale Award Finalist

• Member of the All-ACC Academic Team

• ACC Rookie of the Week (Feb. 25, March 3)

• Has started 29 of 30 games … has played at least 23 minutes in all but one game

• Third-leading freshman scorer in the ACC (11.7 points per game)

• Double-figure scoring in 19 games, third-most among ACC freshmen

• Matched a Duke single-game freshman record with six made three-pointers against Maryland on Jan. 26 … scored a career-high 27 points to lead Duke past Boston College (2/24)

• Has hit at least three three-pointers in seven games and multiple treys in 15 games

• ACC freshman leader in 3-point field goals (45) and seventh in Duke’s freshman record book … also ranks sixth in the Duke freshmen record books with .391 three-point field goal percentage

• Has grabbed a career-high seven rebounds three times

• Averaging 16.0 points per game while shooting 63.2 percent (12-of-19) from three-point range following losses

• Second on the team with 11 charges drawn