During his time with the Wizards, Porter was never a powerhouse scorer. But he was a reliable asset on the offensive end. Throughout his tenure with the Wizards, Porter is averaging 10.6 points while shooting over 48% from the floor and 40% from the perimeter.
As the years have gone by, Porter has been able to improve his numbers. His best statistical season came last year as he averaged almost 15 points a contest while making over 50% of his shots from the court and 44% from beyond the arc.
Look, the Kings do not need a budding star to play the wing for them. What they do need, however, is a player who can be reliable in making shots while moving well without the ball in his hands.
Based on those expectations, Porter seems like a good fit. With De’Aaron Fox running the point and facilitating a fast-paced offense, Porter will surely get a good amount of open shots on the floor. And if he is able to provide a similar impact with Sacramento as he did with Washington, it will make the Kings’ offense even more lethal.