LMU anticipates Porter at exercises after DWI arrest

  • Myron Medcalf, ESPN Staff WriterMay 28, 2024, 04:59 PM ET


    • Covers college basketball
    • Signed up with ESPN.com in 2011
    • Graduate of Minnesota State University, Mankato

Jevon Porter, more youthful bro of Denver Nuggets star Michael Porter Jr., is expected to join the Loyola Marymount team for offseason workouts, weeks after a DWI arrest in Missouri, a school representative said Tuesday.Jevon Porter, who transferred to Loyola Marymount from Pepperdine in the spring, was detained in late April on suspicion of DWI in Boone County (Missouri), however he was released on summons and not reserved into the regional prison, according to Missouri State Sgt. Kyle Green.An authorities with the Boone County prosecuting lawyer’s workplace informed ESPN on Tuesday that it did not have any records of charges submitted against Porter.”LMU expects that Jevon Porter will join the team for summer season exercises as typical based on

the information readily available at this time, “Loyola Marymount representative Matthew Lerman stated in a declaration to ESPN on Tuesday.A 6-foot-11 forward, Jevon balanced 16.2 points and 5.9 rebounds per game for Pepperdine, which fired previous head coach Lorenzo Romar after the season.Porter will sign up with a Loyola Marymount team that completed 12-19 during the 2023-24 campaign.Jevon’s sibling Jontay was prohibited for life from the NBA in April for gambling on games

, influencing the result of bets and offering secret information to bettors.Another Porter bro, Coban, was sentenced to 6 years in jail, days after Jontay’s ban, for a drunk-driving crash in 2015 that eliminated a lady in Colorado and seriously injured her traveler. According to cops records, Coban’s blood alcohol

level surpassed 0.19, more than two times the legal limitation.

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