Michael Porter Jr.’s scouting report and his fit with the Sacramento Kings

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NASHVILLE, TN – MARCH 16: Michael Porter Jr. #13 of the Missouri Tigers looks on against the Florida State Seminoles during the game in the first round of the 2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament at Bridgestone Arena on March 16, 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

This article will provide my scouting report on Michael Porter Jr. as well as how he would fit with the Sacramento Kings if selected.

With the NBA draft being only a week away, A Royal Pain has been banging out articles on NBA prospects that could be a fit with the Sacramento Kings. In this piece, I am featuring Michael Porter Jr. who recently finished his season with the Missouri Tigers.

For Porter, he was a highly coveted prospect when he was balling out in high school gyms, but a back injury hindered his development and draft stock this past year.

Although health may have young Porter sliding down team’s draft boards, he does have potential that could make him a star at the NBA level. Therefore, he is a realistic option for the Kings to take with the second overall pick.

With that being said, enjoy this slideshow which will showcase Porter’s basketball history, strengths and weaknesses, how he fits with the Kings, and whether Vlade Divac and company should invest the second pick on him.

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