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Offbeat Kings reportedly giving real consideration to Michael Porter at No. 2

17:36  14 june  2018
17:36  14 june  2018 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Stay put at no . 2 and draft Michael Porter Jr. The trade would allow the Kings to take Doncic at no . 2 and someone like Porter at no . 6, giving them two players who, if they reach their The Hawks are favorites for Jackson — and they’re also reportedly down on Doncic — but what if that isn’t true?

With the Los Angeles Clippers reportedly interested in the forward, we take a look at Michael Porter Jr. and what he could bring to the When a choice comes up, pick who you'd want the Kings to pick given all the New York Knicks: Michael Porter Jr. falling a dream scenario at No . 9 - Daily Knicks.

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The Sacramento Kings reportedly are giving real consideration to drafting Michael Porter Jr. with the No. 2 overall pick later this month.

Porter was set to work out in Chicago on Friday in front of multiple teams, including the Suns, Kings and Knicks, according to The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor. But that workout was cancelled.

USA Today’s Sam Amick says that workout will be rescheduled. Amick notes there’s a “very real chance” the Kings would take Porter with the No. 2 pick.

Porter was a top recruit but only played in parts of three games for Missouri last season. He injured his back in the Tigers’ first game and needed surgery. He recovered in time to play the team’s final two games but was not at 100 percent.

Teams interested in taking him will obviously have questions about his back. Porter has not lost confidence in himself and says he is the best player in the draft.

Michael Porter Jr.'s status is unclear but Nuggets confident about his recovery .
Many teams skipped over the forward due to his long-term medical outlook, but the Nuggets are confident they can get him healthy again.“I have little doubt that we’ll get him right,” Nuggets president of basketball operations Tim Connelly said Friday, via The Denver Post.

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