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Orlando Magic | #22 | Forward

Otto

Porter Jr.

PPG

9.7

RPG

5.4

APG

2.0

PIE

11.6

6'8" | 198lb | 27 years

Player Bio

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2018-2019 (WASHINGTON/CHICAGO): Played in 56 games (43 starts) between the Wizards and Bulls and averaged 13.9 ppg, 5.6 rpg, 2.1 apg and 1.46 spg in 30.1 mpg … shot .465 from the field, .406 from three and .813 from the free-throw line … recorded a season-high 8 assists with 23 points vs. DET (3/8) … tied a season high with 4 steals at IND (3/5) … sank a career-high-tying 7 3-pointers en route to 31 points at ATL (3/1) … put up 20 points and tied a career high with 3 blocks at MEM (2/27) … scored a career-high 37 points on 16-20 shooting with 10 rebounds vs. MEM (2/13) … made his Bulls debut at BKN (2/8) and scored 18 points on 4-5 shooting from deep … acquired by the Bulls in a trade with the Wizards on 2/6 … averaged 17.5 ppg for the Bulls in 15 games after posting 12.6 ppg in 41 games for the Wizards … for Chicago – inactive for one game with a left lower leg strain and 10 games with a right rotator cuff strain.

CAREER: Has appeared in 399 games (286 starts) and averaged 11.0 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 1.5 apg and 1.18 spg in 26.9 mpg … has shot .483 from the field, .405 from three and .793 from the free-throw line … in the postseason, has career averages of 10.0 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 1.6 apg and 1.26 spg over 31 games (18 starts).

2017-18 (WASHINGTON): Appeared in 77 games (all starts) and averaged a career-high 14.7 ppg, a career-high-tying 6.4 rpg, 2.0 apg and a career-high 1.51 spg in 31.6 mpg … shot .503 from the field, .441 from three and .828 from the free-throw line ... recorded a career-high 157 assists ... tallied season-high 29 points at GSW (10/27) going 7-9 from three ... tied his season high with 29 points vs. GSW (2/28) to go along with 10 rebounds ... had a career-high 13 double-doubles ... had eight 25+ point games ... went 7-11 from three vs. HOU (12/29), scoring 26 points ... finished 4th in league in steals per TO ratio (1.55) ... shot .520 percent from three after the All-Star break, the highest percentage of any player with at least 100 attempts ... finished season ranked 3rd in 3P% at .441 ... became the first player in franchise history to finish in the top five in 3P% in back-to-back seasons ... one of four players to average 14.0 ppg, 6.0 rpg and shoot above .400 from three (Karl-Anthony Towns, Kevin Durant and Kevin Love), was also one of three players in team history to finish with those averages (Trevor Ariza and Greg Ballard) ... became the first Washington player to record back-to-back seasons shooting .500 from the field and .400 from beyond the arc (min. 82) … missed game vs. PHX (11/1) due to illness ... missed vs. CLE (12/17) and vs. NOP (12/19) due to right thigh bruise ... missed vs. MIL (1/6) due to right hip strain ... missed game at ORL (4/11) due to right lower leg tightness. 2018 PLAYOFFS: Played in five games (five starts) and averaged 10.0 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 1.6 apg and 1.20 spg in 31.6 mpg … shot .488 from the field, .417 from three and .625 from the free-throw line.

2016-17 (WASHINGTON): Played in 80 games (all starts) and averaged 13.4 ppg, 6.4 rpg, 1.5 apg and 1.45 spg in 32.6 mpg … shot a career-high .516 from the field, .434 from three (5th in the NBA) and a career-high .832 from the free-throw line … posted 14 games of 20+ points after recording only 10 prior to this season … surpassed his previous career total (137) for 3FGM with 148 … became the first player in Wizards history to record back-to-back games with six 3-pointers (1/18 vs. MEM, 1/19 at NYK) … one of six players in their fourth NBA season to shoot .500 from the field, .400 on threes and .800 on free throws (min. 60 games played), joining Drazen Petrovic (92-93), Jeff Hornacek (89-90), Joe Dumars (88-89) and Craig Hodges (85-86) … one of three players to average 13.5 points, 6.5 rebounds and shoot above .400 from beyond the arc this season (Serge Ibaka, LaMarcus Aldridge), would also be one of four players in team history to finish with those averages (Trevor Ariza, Greg Ballard and Chris Webber) … one of two players (CJ McCollum) to see their field goal percentage, 3-point percentage, scoring and rebounding averages improve since the start of the 2013-14 season … tied career-high 5 steals at PHI (2/24) … missed one game due to back spasms (4/8). 2017 PLAYOFFS: Appeared in postseason career-high 13 games and in 32.9 mpg averaged postseason career-highs across the board with 12.2 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 1.8 apg and 1.62 spg … shot .532 from the field, .282 from three and .886 from the free-throw line.

2015-16 (WASHINGTON): Played in 75 games (73 starts) and averaged 11.6 ppg, 5.2 rpg, 1.6 apg and 1.40 spg in 30.3 mpg … shot .473 from the field, .367 from three and .754 from the free-throw line … scored season-high 28 points at DAL (12/12) on 11-18 shooting … had his first career double-double (15 pts/11 reb) vs. DAL (12/6) … notched career-high 5 steals at DEN (3/12) … posted nine games of 20+ points, third-most on the Wizards … grabbed a career-high 14 rebounds at MIA (12/7) … missed four games due to a sore right hip (1/15-1/20) and three games due to a bruised left thigh (12/19-12/23).

2014-15 (WASHINGTON): Appeared in 74 games (13 starts) and averaged 6.0 ppg and 3.0 rpg in 19.2 mpg … shot .450 from the field, .337 from three and .734 from the free-throw line … had 13 games of 10+ points … scored a season-high 21 points vs. MIL (11/1) … averaged 10.2 ppg and 4.3 rpg in 13 starts … scored 19 points on a season-high 8 FGM at PHI (2/27) … had a season-high 4 steals vs. CLE (2/20) … missed one game due to left hamstring tightness (11/22). 2015 PLAYOFFS: Played in 10 games (no starts) and averaged 10.0 ppg, 8.0 rpg, 1.8 apg and 1.20 spg in 33.1 mpg … shot .443 from the field, .375 from three and .476 from the free-throw line.

2013-14 (WASHINGTON): Played in 37 games (no starts) and averaged 2.1 ppg and 1.5 rpg in 8.6 mpg … shot .363 from the field, .190 from three and .667 from the free-throw line … made his NBA debut playing 14 minutes against MIL (12/6) … scored a season-high 9 points vs. BOS (4/2) and at ORL (4/11) … grabbed season-high 9 rebounds at ORL (4/12) and tallied 8 rebounds against DET (12/28) … missed 15 games due to right hip flexor injury (10/30-11/27). 2014 PLAYOFFS: Saw time in three games and averaged 0.7 ppg in 2.0 mpg … shot .333 from the field.

BEFORE NBA

Named BIG EAST Player of the Year and First Team AP All-American as a sophomore. 2012-13: Led the Hoyas in scoring and rebounding with 16.2 ppg and 7.5 rpg … earned a share of the BIG EAST regular season championship … helped lead the Hoyas to a 25-7 record and a No. 2 seed in the 2013 NCAA Tournament …selected as a John R. Wooden All-American and a finalist for the Wooden Award and Naismith Trophy … was the only unanimous selection to the All-BIG EAST Conference First Team … was named the BIG EAST Player of the Week three times during the 2012-13 season, including a streak of three-straight honors, marking the first time a BIG EAST player had won the award in three-straight weeks since the 2003 season … scored a career-high 33 points in a win at Syracuse (2/23/13). 2011-12: Averaged 9.7 ppg, 6.8 rpg and 1.5 apg in 29.7 mpg over 33 games.

PERSONAL LIFE

The son of Otto and Elnor Porter … born in St. Louis, Mo. … has a sister, Brittany, and a brother, Jeffrey … enjoys bike riding … lists his father as the most influential person in his athletic career … earned All-State honors as a junior and senior at Scott County Central … won three state championships … in the state championship game as a senior, he scored 29 points and grabbed 35 rebounds, breaking the school record for career rebounds, previously held by his father.