Kevin Porter Rumors
Head coach John Beilein seem to squash any possibility of Porter suiting up. “No, I don’t expect it,” Beilein said following the Cavaliers’ Salt Lake City Summer League finale. “It’s up to the trainers with all this stuff. This is one area where I’m saying, ‘You know what? This is a long way from our season right now.’ We would love to have all those guys out there, just even (Jaron) Blossomgame would be helpful for us, but we don’t have that experience or those two great draftees we have.”
The Cleveland Cavaliers have signed 2019 NBA Draft picks Darius Garland (fifth overall), Dylan Windler (26th overall) and Kevin Porter Jr. (30th overall), General Manager Koby Altman announced on July 3.
The Cleveland Cavaliers today announced the team’s roster for the 2019 Salt Lake City Summer League held July 1-3 in Salt Lake City, UT. The roster features 2019 NBA Draft selections Darius Garland (fifth overall), Dylan Windler (26th overall) and Kevin Porter Jr. (30th overall).
Joe Gabriele: #Cavs make deal official – acquire rights to SG Kevin Porter Jr. – 30th overall pick in 2019 Draft, send four 2nd rounders (UTA ’20, POR ’21 & 23, MIA ’24 [protected]) and cash to Pistons. In his single season at USC, the 6-6, 218-lb Porter avg’d 9.5ppg & 4.0rpg, shot 41%
Tim Bontemps: The Cavaliers paid a big price for the right to draft Kevin Porter at No. 30: four second round picks and $5 million, league sources tell ESPN. Cleveland clearly was committed to getting Porter.