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Articles tagged: Enes Kanter

Portland signs Enes Kanter to max offer sheet

After losing both LaMarcus Aldridge and Robin Lopez in free agency, the Portland Trail Blazers are making moves to shore up a now razor-thin frontcourt. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reported on Thursday that the Blazers have signed restricted free agent Enes Kanter to a max offer sheet. The deal is said to be for…Read More

Trevor Booker takes shot at Enes Kanter with postgame comments

Enes Kanter being traded from the Jazz to the Thunder was among the flurry of moves leading up to this year’s NBA trade deadline. Prior to the deadline, there was growing speculation Kanter would be moved after indicating he preferred to be traded away from Utah. The 22-year-old eventually got his wish. The Thunder were…Read More

Enes Kanter to Thunder, Kendrick Perkins to Jazz in trade

The Oklahoma City Thunder did not get Brook Lopez from the Nets, but they are getting a developing big man. The Thunder reportedly acquired Enes Kanter from the Utah Jazz as part of a three-team trade Thursday. OKC will send center Kendrick Perkins and his expiring contract to Utah in the deal. The Pistons are…Read More

Enes Kanter suffers nasty-looking dislocated shoulder (Picture)

Enes Kanter has one of the best senses of humor in the NBA, but the Utah Jazz center had very little to smile about during his team’s win over the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday night. Kanter played only three minutes in the game before suffering a dislocated left shoulder. As you can see from the…Read More

Enes Kanter says his house in Utah is haunted

Utah Jazz fan favorite Enes Kanter gave an entertaining interview to Kyle Gunther of 1320 KFAN in Salt Lake City on Wednesday. Kanter touched on many funny topics such as his absurd diet, his bucket list, and his rookie hazing experience. The 2011 No. 3 overall draft pick also told Gunther that his home in…Read More

NBA Draft Analysis and Recap of the First 14 Picks – How do they all fit?

Thursday’s NBA draft was both exhilarating and head-scratching. Some players went higher than expected (ahem, Iman Shumpert). Others fell far, to teams that never expected to grab them (Chris Singleton and the Wizards, for instance). It’s too early to tell which of these players will reach their potential and which ones will veer off the…Read More

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