San Francisco, CA – The Golden State Warriors roster is a talented mixed bunch. They are equipped with a combination of young and old players ranging from teenagers to guys pushing 40 years old. The youngest member of the team is 19-year-old Jonathan Kuminga, and recently he’s been playing some of the best basketball of his season. Warriors fans and his teammates are in awe.

After practice, Saturday morning Otto Porter Jr. talked about the Warriors rookie’s potential.

“He can be very good,” the Warriors veteran told ClutchPoints. “I think he can be as good as he wants to be. We’re here to help him, and push him, to make sure he works, and make sure he stays locked in.”

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This is Porter Jr’s first season with the Dubs and he once was a 20-year-old rookie full of potential. The versatile stretch-four was the No. 3 pick in the 2013 draft. He never reached his full potential mainly because of injuries, but when he looks at Kuminga he sees a kid who can be special.

Kuminga’s first season has gone on an upward trend since the start of Golden State’s season. Early on he struggled heavily with figuring out where to be offensively and defensively. Now it feels like he’s always in the right place at the right time.

The game is possibly coming to him quicker than the team thought it would, and that’s going to be a huge positive heading into the postseason. His development could be an element that other teams didn’t plan for, he might be the Warriors’ biggest secret weapon.