• Michael Porter Jr. says he's still best player in NBA draft

    4 monthes ago - By The Seattle Times

    Michael Porter Jr. was widely considered the best high-schooler in the country 12 months ago at Nathan Hale in Seattle.
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  • Healthy Porter: 'I'm the best player in this draft'

    Healthy Porter: 'I'm the best player in this draft'

    4 monthes ago - By ESPN

    Saying he's fully healthy after back surgery curtailed his lone season at Missouri, Michael Porter Jr. said Thursday that he's the best player available in next month's NBA draft.
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  • News, Notes from NBA Draft Combine: Michael Porter Jr. says he's best player in draft

    4 monthes ago - By NBC Sports

    The NBA Draft Combine is taking place in Chicago Thursday and Friday, where 70 potential future NBA players go through a series of tests for teams - height and wingspan measurements are taken, vertical leaps are tested, and a bunch of likely late first/second rounders play in some 5-on-5 scrimmages. The biggest things for teams are
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  • Back and better: Porter Jr. says he's best in draft class

    4 monthes ago - By National Post

    CHICAGO - If given the chance, Michael Porter Jr. would have a simple question for those who touted him as the best NBA prospect in this draft class a year ago and no longer do today.
    Why?
    The way he sees it, Porter was widely considered the best high-schooler in the country 12 months ago - even though he had back issues that led to him having surgery last fall and basically robbed him of his only college season at Missouri. So now, he thinks it's logical that if his back is better, his stock should be even higher as well.
    “I'm still the best player,” Porter said.
    And that's his message at...
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  • Michael Porter Jr. Calls Himself the 'Best Player in This Draft'

    4 monthes ago - By Bleacher Report

    Questions surround NBA draft prospect Michael Porter Jr. following an injury-plagued season at Missouri, but he has a message for all 30 teams...
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