After blasting the roof off everyone's highest expectations earlier this season, the 7'3" Porzingis has tapered off since the All-Star break. His rebounds are down, and he's flat-out inefficient scoring the ball, shooting 25.6 percent behind the three-point line and a grotesque 38.8 percent from the floor.
But who cares? He's young, large and skilled, with a future as bright as just about anybody. Once his frame builds out, and he physically matures to a place where opposing big men can't knock him around down low, there won't be any game-plan smart enough to stop Porzingis from annihilating everything in his path.