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2023 20211.9 13.0 4.4 1.8 3.2 0.7 0.7
2022 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2020 353.2 4.9 2.0 0.1 1.3 0.1 0.3
3y Avg. 102.5 4.5 1.8 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.3
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Available for Wednesday

    Porter (ankle) will be available for Wednesday's game versus the Pacers. Porter could play some marginal minutes behind Kelly Olynyk on Wednesday evening, but it's unlikely he'll be a large enough part of the rotation to make an impact in fantasy hoops.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Upgraded to questionable

    Porter (ankle) has been upgraded to questionable ahead of Wednesday's tilt with Indiana. Porter was listed as doubtful on the initial injury report, so he is trending in the right direction. However, he's not a large enough part of the rotation for his playing status to impact fantasy hoops.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Doubtful for Wednesday

    Porter is doubtful for Wednesday's game against the Pacers with a right ankle sprain. The Raptors will likely play it safe with the All-Star break looming. Porter's expected absence probably won't affect the rotation much, as he's played a total of 21 minutes across three February appearances.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Gets 11 minutes in return

    Porter (back) tallied seven points (3-6 FG, 1-2 3Pt), three rebounds and one steal across 11 minutes in Friday's 107-104 win over the Raptors. Porter stepped back in as the Raptors' backup center after a four-game absence due to back spasms. He and Thaddeus Young worked in a timeshare at center for much of January, but even though Young has since been traded away, Porter's outlook for playing time looks muddled moving forward. The Raptors recently returned starting center Jakob Poeltl from an extended absence due to a sprained ankle and acquired another veteran big man (Kelly Olynyk) on Thursday, potentially leaving Porter third on the depth chart. Olynyk didn't play Friday in a coach's decision, but he'll presumably enter the rotation as Poeltl's primary backup once he's had a chance to practice with the Raptors.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Cleared to play vs. Houston

    Porter (back) is available for Friday's game against Houston, Vivek Jacob of the Raptors' official site reports. Porter was upgraded to probable a few hours before Friday's tipoff, so his status isn't particularly surprising. However, he'll likely see limited run since Kelly Olynyk will make his team debut for Toronto on Friday.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Upgraded to probable

    Porter (back) has been upgraded to probable for Friday's game against the Rockets. Porter was initially questionable for Friday's matchup, but he's trending in the right direction ahead of tipoff. However, his role against the Rockets could depend on whether Kelly Olynyk (trade pending) is able to make his team debut.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Iffy against Houston

    Porter (back) is listed as questionable for Friday's game versus the Rockets. Porter is in danger of missing his fifth consecutive contest Friday with back spasms. Porter will likely compete for backup center minutes with Kelly Olynyk (trade pending) when available.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Officially out

    Porter (back) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Hornets. Porter will miss a fourth straight game due to back spasms. His next chance to suit up will be Friday versus Houston.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Downgraded to doubtful

    Porter (back) is now listed as doubtful for Wednesday's game versus the Hornets. Porter is expected to miss his fourth straight game Wednesday after being downgraded from questionable to doubtful due to back spasms. Thaddeus Young will likely continue to receive increased playing time if Porter is further downgraded to out.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Upgraded to questionable

    Porter (back) has been upgraded to questionable for Wednesday's game against Charlotte, Josh Lewenberg of TSN.ca reports. Porter is amid a three-game absence due to back spasms. Barring new injuries, Porter would slot into a fully healthy Raptors' frontcourt if he's able to suit up Wednesday, likely operating behind Jakob Poeltl and potentially in tandem with Thaddeus Young off the bench.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Ruled out for Monday

    Porter (back) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Pelicans, Josh Lewenberg of TSN.ca reports. Porter continues to deal with a back injury, and he'll remain sidelined for the second half of a back-to-back set. It's not yet clear when he'll be able to return, but his next chance to do so will be Wednesday against the Hornets.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Out again Sunday

    Porter (back) will not play in Sunday's game against the Thunder, Blake Murphy of Sportsnet.ca reports. Porter will miss his second straight game Sunday, and with the matchup with the Thunder marking the front end of a back-to-back set, the two-way player will most likely remain out for Monday's game in New Orleans, too. Until Porter is cleared for game action, Thaddeus Young should remain unchallenged for the backup minutes at center behind starter Jakob Poeltl.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Ruled out for Friday's game

    Porter (back) has been ruled out for Friday's game against the Rockets, Eric Koreen of The Athletic reports. Porter was considered doubtful for Friday's matchup, so his lack of availability isn't surprising. His next opportunity to suit up will be Sunday against the Thunder, while Thaddeus Young could see additional playing time Friday.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Unlikely to play Friday

    Porter (back) is doubtful for Friday's game versus the Rockets, Blake Murphy of Sportsnet.ca reports. Porter is expected to miss Friday's contest due to a back injury he suffered against Chicago. With Jakob Poeltl (ankle) questionable, Thaddeus Young should continue to receive increased minutes against Houston.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Exits with back spasms

    Porter won't return to Tuesday's game against the Bulls due to back spasms, Doug Smith of the Toronto Star reports. He finished scoreless in five minutes with two rebounds, one assist, one steal and one turnover. Porter has had some tough luck with injuries throughout his career, and especially so over the past week. An eye abrasion cut short consecutive appearances last week before he returned to play 19 minutes off the bench in Sunday's one-point loss to Atlanta, but Porter's night came to an early end once again Tuesday, this time due to a different health concern. Even if Porter is able to quickly move past the back injury ahead of Friday's game against the Rockets, he could find himself outside of the rotation, as the Raptors are expected to get starting center Jakob Poeltl (ankle) back for that contest. The Raptors would presumably keep only one of Porter or Thaddeus Young in the rotation as Poeltl's primary backup.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Cleared for action

    Porter (eye) is available to play Sunday against Atlanta. Porter had been listed as probable due to a left eye abrasion, but he is cleared to suit up Sunday. Porter, Thaddeus Young and Chris Boucher will likely split center minutes with Jakob Poeltl (ankle) officially out.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Probable for Sunday

    Porter (eye) is listed as probable for Sunday's tilt against the Hawks. Porter was forced out of Friday's game against the Clippers after getting poked in the left eye and suffering an abrasion. He seems to be trending in the direction of playing Sunday, though an official decision on his status won't arrive until closer to the game's 6 p.m. ET tipoff. Thaddeus Young drew the start at center in the loss to the Clippers, so Porter will presumably be in store for a backup role if cleared to play Sunday.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Exits with eye injury

    Porter won't return to Friday's game against the Clippers due to an eye issue, Josh Lewenberg of TSN.ca reports. Porter was poked in the eye during Monday's game against the Grizzlies and is evidently still bothered by the injury, given his early departure Friday. After starting in each of Toronto's previous five games, Porter came off the bench behind Thaddeus Young on Friday and played just four minutes before exiting. He finished with three rebounds and one assist during his time on the court.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Held scoreless in six minutes

    Porter provided zero points (0-2 FG), two rebounds and one block over six minutes during Monday's 108-100 loss to Memphis. Porter was poked in the eye during Monday's game and was cleared to return, according to Kayla Grey of TSN, but the Raptors decided to roll with small-ball lineups for most of the game. Porter should be set to reprise his role as the starting center Friday against the Clippers, though Jakob Poeltl (ankle) is nearing a return.
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  • Raptors' Jontay Porter: Sees more time amid injuries

    Porter notched nine points (4-8 FG, 1-3 3Pt), seven rebounds and four assists in 18 minutes during Wednesday's 126-120 loss to the Clippers. Jakob Poeltl (ankle) is expected to miss two weeks, and the added absence of Pascal Siakam (back) Wednesday allowed Porter to step in and see more time. Interestingly, his 18 minutes were higher than those of Chris Boucher (11minutes) and Jalen McDaniels (13 minutes), who are usually the next men up when the frontcourt is thin.
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