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Feb 27, 2022
. MIAMI, FLORIDA - APRIL 19: Kevin Porter Jr. #3 of the Houston Rockets in action against the Miami ... [+] Heat during the first quarter at American Airlines Arena on April 19, 2021 in Miami, Florida. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) Getty Images The Houston Rockets very clearly made an investment in point guard Kevin Porter Jr. when they arrived upon a mutual agreement with veteran point guard John Wall that the latter not participate in games during the 2021-2022 season. As a result, Porter has very much been a focal point of the Rockets’ offense, averaging 29.9 minutes per game, with a usage of 23.5%. And he’s made tremendous strides over the course of the season, now shooting 38% from three-point range, to complement his 13.5 points and 6.1 assists per game. The urgency regarding his status stems from Porter’s contractual status. Back in 2019, Porter signed a four-year, $8.01 million contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers which paid him $1.29 million during his rookie season. Traded to the Rockets last season for a future second round pick, Porter is currently earning $1.78 million this season; on November 1, 2021, Houston exercised the fourth-year option on Porter’s contract for the 2022-2023 season. Thus, Porter is under contract next season for $3.22 million, but is also extension eligible this summer. Under the rules of the league’s collective bargaining agreement, given that Porter will not be a Designated Rookie, the Rockets could extend him for four years beyond the last season of his contract for any amount within the max for a player with between zero and six years of experience, which is 25% of the salary cap. Per spotrac.com, the first year salary for such a max-level contract for Porter would be estimated at $31.24 million. Obviously, Porter’s current production does not merit such a payday, but something in the $10 million to $15 million range annually could be warranted, particularly if taking into consideration his immense potential. There’s no doubt he continues to improve over the course of this season. He’s now shooting 38% on a high volume of three-point attempts and has drawn raves from Rockets head coach Stephen Silas for his effort and abilities as a defender at the point of attack. MORE FOR YOU
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