Projected lottery pick Michael Porter Jr. put a second pro day scheduled for Friday in Chicago on hold, with both ESPN.com and Yahoo Sports reporting the former Missouri forward has a sore hip.
Regardless, Porter's camp appears to feel comfortable with his stock. The Chicago Bulls have the seventh pick while the Knicks have to ninth pick. Questions about his ability to be a good teammate at Missouri and his pre-draft interviews with National Basketball Association teams attending the combine contributed to the concern. Per Givony, Porter Jr. was suffering hip spasms so severe this morning and could not get out of bed.
While he did make a comeback for the end of Mizzou's season, Porter appears to be hindered by injuries yet again. Porter was cleared to play in March and participated in two games for Missouri, shooting 9-for-29 from the field. He didn't submit to any medical tests at the NBA Draft Combine in mid-May.
While all reports since then indicate it's not that big a deal, Porter Jr.is nonetheless a player teams will evaluate with a higher level of scrutiny. That injury actually happened a couple of years ago and it got worse.
Not a draft season passes by where there's not at least one highly-regarded prospect whose health isn't questioned.
"It was a very minimally invasive surgery". "I just have to keep up with my (leg) extensions, my core exercises and stretching".
Even in a well stocked draft class like we have in 2018, the probability of finding a more remarkable talent than Kawhi Leonard is slim to none.
When the deputies pulled into the parking lot and were ready to transport the inmates, the deputies "were overcome". She said she'd gladly give up a third trial for her daughter's murder if he could be convicted in the latest one.
China's government quickly responded that it would "fight back strongly" with penalties of the same scale on American goods. China reserves its rights to take corresponding measures, the unnamed official was quoted as saying in the report .
Pockets of orange seats were clearly visible in the lower tiers of the stadium which has a 33,061 capacity for World Cup games. Jose Jimenez's 90th minute header gave Uruguay a crucial win over Egypt who posted a decent display in the encounter.
The driver of the licensed cab, who was arrested by the police, turned out to have Kyrgyz driving license. The Moscow Traffic Authority has said the driver claimed he did not hit the crowd on objective .
Russian Federation is now hosting the World Cup, and promised "unprecedented" security measures in all cities hosting the games. Mexico take on Germany on Sunday in their first World Cup match at Moscow's Luzhniki stadium. "He was shouting: "It wasn't me".
On Friday, the Cupertino-based company announced it has inked a multi-year content partnership with media mogul Oprah Winfrey . Harpo Films produced several Academy Award-winning movies including " Selma ", which featured Winfrey in a starring role.
Trump's China trade offensive is only one side of his multifront trade confrontation with all major U.S. economic partners. Any U.S. business that buys products from China that are covered by the new tariffs will face a tax on those products.
He is on a short-term contract to replace of Ange Postecoglou, who quit after guiding the Australians through Asian qualifying. He would join Brazil's Pele along with Miroslav Klose and Uwe Seeler from Germany on the prestigious list.
Four years ago, Brazil crashed out of the World Cup as hosts, getting pounded 7-1 by eventual champions Germany in the semifinal. Miroslav Klose, of Germany , scored 16 World Cup final goals across four tournaments until 2014.
Details remain sketchy about what happened, but somehow the deputies were overcome by one of the inmates and shot. Both had families; King had two grown children and a young daughter and Rohrer had two young children.
He trotted after it and when the ball was about 15 feet beyond the hole, and still trickling, he hit it back towards the hole. Mickelson's playing partner, Andrew "Beef" Johnston, seemed to get a kick out of the whole thing.
The report released on Thursday (local time) calls former Mr Comey " insubordinate " and says his actions were "extraordinary". The 500-page document stops far short of endorsing the attacks levied at Comey for the past year by President Donald Trump.