Despite recent concerns over Michael Porter Jr.'s medical evaluations (insert Missouri fans' collective eye roll here), the star Mizzou forward was still expected to be an early lottery pick in the 2018 NBA Draft.
Those comments came one year after Sam Amick of USA Today reported Chandler expressed interest in a potential trade ahead of the 2017 deadline because of "inconsistency with his role".
That's not exactly what happened on Thursday night in Brooklyn, as he fell further than anticipated.
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Continuing, McGuinness said: "I look forward to meeting Michel Barnier and Jean-Claude Juncker in Dublin tomorrow". Secretary of State Karen Bradley and Irish Prime Minister (Taoiseach) Leo Varadkar will both be in attendance.
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But despite perhaps a general consensus the Nuggets found a value pick in Porter, whose injured back limited him to just 53 minutes total on the court for Missouri prospect, "Stokley and Zach" host Zach Bye said he sees a "real downside" to the pick. "That's the position where I'm most comfortable, but the way this team is built, we've got a lot of bigs".
The Action Network's Matt Moore says that he "would not expect Michael Porter Jr.to play this season", based on "what [he's] heard and how much Nuggets President of Basketball Operations Tim Connelly stressed patience". "I think they were at my pro day".