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Michael Porter Jr. Warns The NBA About What’s Next For Him: "I'm Not Even Close To How Good I Can Be In This Game Yet."

The Denver Nuggets have perhaps been the most unlucky franchise in the NBA in the last two seasons. Despite having the MVP in Nikola Jokic as their main star during that time, injuries to their second and third-best players have cost them dearly. The Nuggets are hoping that those two stars, Jamal Murray and Michael Porter Jr. return from their long-term injury issues as good as they were.
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After the Denver Nuggets gave him a 5 year, $172 million extension in the offseason, Michael Porter Jr. had his season dismantled before it ever really began. Sometime in training camp or the preseason he had another issue with his back crop up, as evidenced by the cliff his numbers fell off from before the Nuggets pulled the plug just 9 games into the year. He was clearly hurting, as shown by the below clip, and then a few weeks later he got an opinion that another surgery was definitely required.
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