The Denver Nuggets big man has spent a lifetime learning that not everyone is touched by God or meant for divinity.
Through the years, DeMarcus Cousins has made life miserable for Plumlee. Last Friday was no different.
Markieff Morris kicked Nuggets big man Mason Plumlee right in the nuggets.
As much as anyone not named Lillard or McCollum, Mason Plumlee has become a foundational piece of the Portland Trail Blazers' offense.
No team has had a weirder offseason than Portland, which spent $269 million on keeping last year's solid-but-not-great team intact. But there's more to it than that.
How the Blazers took advantage of a down year in the West, got pretty weird within a very disciplined system, and maybe figured out something big. Maybe.
The Portland Trail Blazers aren't that good, and almost certainly won't make the playoffs. They're playing like they know it, and it's an absolute blast to watch.
While trying to track down a loose ball, Mason Plumlee, an enormous human, crashed into a tiny-ass human and scared the crap out of him.