Michael Porter's draft roller coaster takes drastic turns

Michael Porter's draft roller coaster takes drastic turns

Michael Porter Jr. has released his medical records to some teams and held his workout.

But after Porter's scheduled workout this week was canceled, injury questions persist with the draft quickly approaching next Thursday.

The news of medical issues may be devastating to Porter's draft stock, especially considering how limited the access to him National Basketball Association teams have had. It was canceled with multiple reports citing hip spasms.

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Porter's agency, Priority Sports, had previously informed teams that they could bring their own trainer and doctor for a 15- to 20-minute evaluation, a unique twist in the draft environment. Questions about his ability to be a good teammate at Missouri and his pre-draft interviews with National Basketball Association teams attending the combine contributed to the concern. Smith is projected to go late in the lottery or shortly thereafter.

But the Kings do have a young point guard in De'Aaron Fox and the No. 2 overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft with which to build around if they get the pick correct.

Porter missed nearly all of Missouri's 2017-18 basketball season after undergoing back surgery after the Tigers played just a couple games. He was cleared to play just two weeks prior to his June 8 pro day. Mo Bamba looks like the second-coming of Joel Embiid.

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