Andy Larsen: What was the biggest frustration? Enes Kanter: “I will say almost everything. I didn’t bring it every night. Almost everything was a frustration. It wasn’t just basketball stuff. It was just professionalism. After I see OKC, then I was like, this is how NBA teams are. You know how you’re like in a dream, that you have a superpower and you don’t want to open your eyes? OKC’s been like that for me.”
February 7, 2016 | 10:42 pm EST Update
Sam Amick: Since @aaronbruski is tweeting Kings, why not share a tidbit: the Rondo camp is very pro-George Karl. Not a game-changer, but worth noting.
The Nuggets New York trip comes at a good time for assistant general manager Arturas Karnisovas. He’s expected to interview with the Brooklyn Nets for their vacant general manger job while here. Then, he’ll get an up-close look at the Nets when the Nuggets face them on Monday night. Karnisovas has been one of the hottest names in the circles of up-and-coming executives ready to take the next step to general manger. He’s been with the Nuggets since 2013, arriving with Nuggets general manager Tim Connelly.