Because of his versatility and NBA-caliber physical tools, Otto Porter's transition process should be seamless.
As a scorer, he can convert from every spot on the floor, regardless of angle, whether he's stationary or on the move. Technically, you could say that Porter is in scoring position whenever he catches the ball.
And you don't have to worry about him creating his own shot. That's just not his game. He takes advantage of the scoring opportunities that are given to him, and when they're not there, he gives it up.
The best way to put it is that he scores within the flow of the offense.
Porter is an intelligent player who doesn't have to rely on any one part of his game. He's an excellent passer, an active rebounder and a lengthy defender.
I'm not expecting him to dominate as a rookie, but I wouldn't be surprised to see him start right away.