Published: Sun, June 17, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Blakely's NBA Mock Draft 3.0: Will health issues mix up the board?

Blakely's NBA Mock Draft 3.0: Will health issues mix up the board?

Here's NBC Sports Boston's Mock Draft 3.0.

The results of Porter's full medical examination, conducted by the Bulls, were eventually released to all National Basketball Association teams.

Porter's camp appears to feel comfortable with his stock.

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Porter holds his workouts at Chicago, where his agency is based.

The Knicks, along with the Kings and several other teams, were planning on attending.

Porter's injury issues could be a concern for some teams in the draft since he played only two minutes for Missouri in its season opener, but it doesn't appear to be holding back the Grizzlies from expressing interest in the 6-10 forward. Smith is projected to go late in the lottery or shortly thereafter.

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Porter missed nearly all of Missouri's 2017-18 basketball season after undergoing back surgery after the Tigers played just a couple games. He didn't submit to any medical tests at the NBA Draft Combine in mid-May. He was cleared to play just two weeks before his June 8 pro day. Representatives of multiple teams that reviewed the information with their medical staffs say those results are encouraging. "But a conservative doctor could still [be concerned about] what might happen down the road".

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