ANIMATED: Duke's Miles Plumlee Commits Worst Turnover Ever

The Duke Blue Devils are trailing Florida State by two after one half of their ACC Tournament Semifinal game in Atlanta. It's been an ugly game on the offensive end, as the Devils have committed an amazing 14 turnovers through the first 20 minutes. The worst giveaway came late in the half, when senior Miles Plumlee, 90 feet from his own hoop and unguarded, decided to throw it backwards and out-of-bounds across his own baseline right to the referee.

Plumlee's reaction to committing this horribly embarrassing turnover? Naturally, a nice round of patented Duke floorslapping (although, admittedly, it was more of the melancholic variety and not the gritty intensity version we're used to).

An animated gif of the play after the jump:

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For more on the two teams, check out Florida State Seminoles blog Tomahawk Nation and Duke Blue Devils blog Duke Basketball Report. For more on college tournaments nationwide, head over to SB Nation's dedicated NCAA basketball hub. For more on the ACC tourney, make sure to follow this StoryStream.

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