Enes Kanter Rumors

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Enes Kanter
Enes Kanter
Position: C
Born: 05/20/92
Height: 6-11 / 2.11
Weight:261 lbs. / 118.8 kg.
Salary: $17,145,838
Enes Kanter: Then he says the same to the media in the postgame. Things happen. And, I have to tell you … it really just sets the tone for the team. Russ is our leader, and guys follow his example. And I think that’s what he was doing there. He could sense that I already felt bad enough about this injury … bad enough for the whole team combined. And that I would take the moment back in a heartbeat if I could. There was no need to yell at me. On the inside, I am already yelling at myself. And so I think that Russ was just trying to let our guys know, you know, very clearly: Enes is sorry, and he’s an important part of our team. So let’s support him, and get him back as soon as possible — and that’s it. End of discussion. And that was huge for me. But that’s just Russ.
Enes Kanter: I don’t have to go into the whole KD situation here, because that’s all in the past. Kevin’s a really good dude, a nice guy, and was a part of our family here. And we all understand that basketball is a business. But when he left … man. You could really feel the impact of it, at first, you know? You could feel a whole mood happening, where people are starting to feel bad. And it’s not just the guys on the team … but maybe even all of OKC, the entire city, is feeling bad. It’s like, Oh, is this a city where we have good teams … and the fans get really into it … but then guys don’t stay? And then you hear all of these experts on TV, saying that it’s time for the Thunder to rebuild — you know, “Those guys had their chance, but now it’s over,” that sort of thing. And it’s like — O.K., really? Just like that? It’s over? Before the preseason had even started, people were already telling us to pack up and go home.
Enes Kanter: We invited ⚡️🎅 over to talk about our favorite guy, the MVP, Russell Westbrook. #MVP #MVP #MVP #hist0ry #ThePeoplesChamp #KingofthePrairie

Storyline: MVP Race