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“What's more, no one should think, ‘Ah, that Enes Kanter, he's just pursuing fame and fortune, not even one part of his mind is on Turkey these days.' In one sense they are right as Turkey does not lie in just one corner of my mind but right in the middle of my heart. I want everyone out there to know that I am doing my best to see that our flag becomes one which is respected no matter where you go in the world,” he said. “Maybe this was a very long answer, but the topic really bothers me, which is why I wanted to express this all one more time. Let all the basketball lovers reading this know that this year and in future years when I am playing, I will definitely be suiting up in our national team uniform. With pride.” Today's Zaman

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Bobby Brown is unlikely to join Turkish team Besiktas, according to sources. The American guard spent the last two years in China and was now talking with the Turkish team to finish the season in TBL. Brown would have replaced Chris Lofton who is on his way to leave Besiktas after two seasons. Brown ended the season in China averaging 31.3 points, 4.3 rebounds and 6.3 assists in 41 games. Sportando

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The Minnesota Timberwolves are very interested in bringing Nemanja Bjelica to the NBA for next season and the player is willing to join the team, sources told Sportando. Bjelica was selected with 35th pick in 2010 NBA draft and he's represented by Arn Tellem of Wasserman Media Group. Sportando

Bjelica has a three-year deal with Fenerbahce but there's an NBA opt-out for this summer, the buyout is worth 1.2 mln euros. A source with knowledge of the situation told Sportando: "He'll go to the NBA next season. If T'Wolves keep his rights, they will get him". Sportando

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Jordan Farmar signed until the end of the season with up and coming Turkish club Dogus Darussafaka and he gave his first interview after his return to Europe to the Turkish television station NTV. The most interesting part about it? Farmar doesn’t exclude the possibility of playing for the Turkish national team: “In the past we had negotiations about the Turkish national team. I did not play for team USA, so If the Turkish federation makes me an offer , I can play for the Turkish national team. I will be open to an offer.” EuroHoops.net

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David Pick: NBA free-agent Jordan Farmar signed with Turkish club Darussafaka, contract value around $200k per, according to source. Twitter @IAmDPick

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