Well that didn't take long.
Less than a month after the Washington Wizards made former Georgetown star Otto Porter the No. 3 pick of the NBA Draft, Porter's high school, Scott County (Sikeston, Mo.) Central, announced that it will retire Porter's number and rename its gym floor after him.
Scott County Superintendent Al McFerren told KFVS that the school board approved retiring Porter's No. 22. KFVS also reports that Porter and Georgetown coach John Thompson III are expected to attend a dedication for the floor at Ronnie Cook Gymnasium on Aug. 16.
Porter's father, Otto Porter Sr., played at Scott County Central from 1972-76. His jersey is already retired.
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