NBA draft watch: Trey Burke, Mason Plumlee back in action Sunday


Two potential NBA lottery picks will try to lead their teams to the Final Four Sunday.

Two players currently projected to be selected in the lottery in the 2013 NBA Draft will try to lead their respective teams to the Final Four Sunday.

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For Michigan Wolverines point guard Trey Burke, most will wonder what he will do as an encore to his brilliant performance in a late rally over Kansas on Friday. With Michigan down by as many as 14 points in the second half, Burke caught fire late in the game and in overtime, including making a 30-foot three-pointer with four seconds left to tie the game and force overtime. Burke scored 23 points and had 10 assists in the game. Michigan will play Florida at 2:20 p.m. ET Sunday on CBS.

Duke Blue Devils center Mason Plumlee didn't have his best game against Michigan State, finishing well below his season scoring and rebounding averages and getting into foul trouble, but he was part of a strong defensive effort against Michigan State's Derrick Nix. Plumlee and Duke play the No. 1 overall seed Louisville at 5:05 p.m. Sunday on CBS.

Burke is currently projected to go No. 10 overall and Plumlee No. 12 overall by DraftExpress.

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