At the end of the third quarter of OKC’s 106-90 win over Portland, Enes Kanter put up—well, he put up this:
After last night, it felt like we’d seen the last of the drama that this year’s NBA free-agency period had to offer. But then the Blazers went and signed Thunder center and restricted free agent Enes Kanter to a max offer sheet, which puts Oklahoma City’s front office in a position where they are sort of screwed no…
Since joining the Thunder at the trade deadline, Enes Kanter has been very good offensively and on the glass. To hear Kanter tell it, the biggest reason he is playing so much better is because he was miserable in Salt Lake City. Via Daily Thunder:
The Oklahoma City Thunder are glad they got rid of Reggie Jackson. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook are glad; the coach and front office are glad; the fans are glad. By all accounts, by the time they finally traded him yesterday, in a three-way deal that landed him in Detroit, the discontented backup guard had…
It started last night with an angry Enes Kanter. Let's go to the tape:
The...thing you see above is supposed to be the Texas Longhorns logo, drawn by Cleveland Cavaliers sophomore Tristan Thompson, who played college ball at the University of Texas. Instead, it resembles a morose man-bunny.
Look, a lot of sports are happening. MLB playoffs everywhere you look, NFL games up and down the line, college students still hungover from yesterday's football games—it's been a busy weekend. Bet you didn't even know that the first NBA games of the regular season are a mere 23 days away. Let one Jazz rookie and two…
Jazz big man Enes Kanter documented the latter part of the randomness that was his "Summer of Enes" on Twitter:
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