2. More Otto Porter Jr.
Porter is not going to save this rotation. He is a limited player who is so injury prone his minutes are still being managed carefully. However, the fact that Toronto keeps throwing out so many poor shooters every night while minimizing Porter's role makes no sense.
Porter is averaging just 12.2 minutes per game despite nailing 44% of his triples. Porter went from earning a start and playing at least 14 minutes in four straight games to receiving multiple DNP-CDs and never topping 11 minutes in any of his next subsequent four contests. What is the plan?
The Toronto Raptors must utilize Otto Porter Jr.
Porter needs to be given a longer leash than Chris Boucher. Porter gives you the versatility that Boucher provides while also being a much more effective shooter and more comfortable in a traditional wing role. The lack of minutes has been baffling so far.
Toronto added two players in the offseason to help with the lack of shooting, but Gradey Dick has since found himself struggling in the G League and Jalen McDaniels was taken out of the rotation after just four games. This should all play into more time for Porter.