Published: Thu, March 08, 2018
Culture | By Henry Herrera

Porter will play Thursday

Porter will play Thursday

Missouri head coach Cuonzo Martin told reporters on Wednesday that Porter will not start and would "be surprised if he plays 30 minutes".

Missouri forward Michael Porter expected to return to the court in the team's second round SEC Tournament game on Thursday.

The tournament begins on Wednesday, but the Tigers don't play until Thursday where they'll take on the victor of the Georgia-Vanderbilt game.

"It had to be completely up to him to say coach I'm ready to go, I feel good about it", Martin said. He played two minutes and scored two points before leaving with an injury.

Martin alerted the media of Porter's return Tuesday, with the news eventually broken via SEC Network's Paul Finebaum.

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"If he's healthy, we're rolling". Porter Jr. had initially committed to the Huskies.

"Unless Mike says otherwise, that's what it is", Martin said.

But in late February he was cleared by doctors to resume all basketball activities.

Martin said Porter, the No. 1 recruit in the country previous year, will he able to help Missouri in a variety of ways. The star freshman's injury was viewed as a major blow to Mizzou's NCAA tournament aspirations but the team excelled in Porter's absence, finishing the regular season at 20-11.

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