Utah Jazz Rumors
Kanter wasn’t at his station when the locker room was opened to the media at 5:45 p.m. on Monday, but a few minutes later he strolled over, looking unconcerned. The first question, naturally, was whether enough time had passed to separate him from the emotion of last winter’s trade. “Yeah, I think I’m over it,” he said. Enes the Terrible was nowhere to be found and Enes the Agreeable was back. “I think they are over it too,” he said of his former team. “So it’s good to be back and just play.”
While speaking to members of Utah and Dallas media Friday morning, Deron Williams feigned that that night’s game against his first NBA team was no big deal. “It was six years ago,” Williams said, making some wonder if his time in New Jersey and Brooklyn seemed longer than it actually was in light of the fact that only four and a half years have passed since he was traded to the Nets.