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University of Missouri freshman forward Michael Porter Jr. said on Thursday July 27 he doesn't know what his younger brother, Jontay, has decided about graduating early from high school and enrolling at Mizzou. He expects a decision about whether Jontay will join the Tigers for the upcoming season will be announced next week. Tod Palmer The Kansas City Star
University of Missouri freshman forward Michael Porter Jr. said on Thursday July 27 he doesn't know what his younger brother, Jontay, has decided about graduating early from high school and enrolling at Mizzou. He expects a decision about whether Jontay will join the Tigers for the upcoming season will be announced next week. Tod Palmer The Kansas City Star

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