An ill-timed knee strain will cost Michael Porter Jr. the opportunity to play in summer league this offseason.
Singer notes that the team does not expect this to be a long-term issue and will not rush the 21-year-old forward back to the court.
The Denver Post first reported that Porter would miss the team's summer league play.
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Porter had been slated to make his Nuggets debut after missing his rookie season due to his second back surgery. Porter Jr. has taken part in scrimmages over the last few weeks and has looked solid, with the team often posting regular updates and video highlights of the big man's participation.
For all of his good intentions, Porter Jr. would play in just three games for the Tigers before suffering a torn ACL. Just being around the National Basketball Association lifestyle, getting used to the travel, seeing how hard these guys play and the recovery involved. But at some point, Porter must prove he can stay healthy.
However, according to a report by Mike Singer of the Denver Post, the franchise may decide to keep the No. 14 pick in the 2018 NBA Draft off the floor during the summer.