COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri's Jontay Porter didn't hesitate. Jordan Geist flung a pass to the freshman forward, who took one step, jumped over 6-foot-8 Georgia forward Yante Maten and crashed the ball into the net. The crowd at Mizzou Arena erupted, foreshadowing the explosiveness Missouri would have in the second half on Wednesday night. Show More Summary
Jontay Porter had 15 points and 10 rebounds in his first career start, and Missouri overcame a sluggish start to defeat Georgia 68-56
Kassius Robertson had 23 points and Jontay Porter and Jordan Barnett 19 each as Missouri won its first Southeastern Conference road game in nearly four years with a 79-68 victory over South Carolina
Jordan Geist scored 16 points, freshman Jontay Porter had a season-best 15 and Missouri routed Long Beach State 95-58 in the opening round of the Advocare Invitational
Gary Parrish, Matt Norlander discuss Cuonzo Martin's Tigers in the Eye on College Basketball Podcast
Missouri basketball has its big chance with five-star brothers Michael and Jontay Porter. One of the joys of college basketball is just how quickly the national landscape can change in the course of a single year. It seems like every...Show More Summary
Five-out basketball has never been Cuonzo Martin's calling card. Can the old dog learn a new trick now that he has Michael and Jontay on his roster?
Jontay Porter is joining the Tigers with older brother Michael Porter Jr. and father Michael Sr.
Missouri says prep basketball standout Jontay Porter has reclassified and signed as part of first-year coach Cuonzo Martin's 2017 recruiting class
The Porter brothers are set to play together at Mizzou
Brother of potential No. 1 pick Michael Porter, Jr. reclasses to 2017
Michael Porter Jr.'s younger brother will reclassify and enroll at Missouri soon
Prep basketball standout Jontay Porter has announced his intention to sign with Missouri, joining his older brother and father with the Tigers
Jontay Porter commits to Missouri, no decision yet on reclassifying
Missouri added another member of the Porter family as Jontay pledged to the Tigers.
The Nike EYBL in Indianapolis had strong weekends from Marvin Bagley, Bol Bol and Jontay Porter.
Younger brother of No. 1 overall player says he would commit to Missouri
Michael Porter Jr., the No. 2 prospect in the Class of 2017, and his younger brother Jontay, a four-star prospect in the Class of 2018, announced over the weekend that they will be playing the remainder of their respective high school careers at Nathan Hale HS in Seattle. The Porters were previously at Father Tilton […]