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    Enes Kanter Highlights vs. Lakers

    For the ones who missed it;



    14 points, 6 rebounds (4 off.), 6-8 shooting in 17 minutes.

    His shot was off tonight, he missed 2 wide open looks and 2-4 from the line but he overpowered J.Hill also good D on Howard, especially on last 2 position.

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    Just a beautiful game from Enes. It was interesting watching people give up on him last year, after summer league, and still now.
    After living for years of players like Walter Palmer, a player like Enes is a gift from the Gods.

    Now if more people would only see what Burks could do for this team...
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    The highlight of the night for me was when Howard finally just shoves Kanter and gets called for the offensive foul. Kanter is going to piss a lot of people off in this league.
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    şuku for the effort. sound goes off at the best part 2:51 when dwight starts to eat his own head competing kanter.


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    I see ur avatar in utube is rodman, come to my thread man I love rodman.

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    @addictionary I love him, i think todays NBA missing that kind of characters, you cant say he was a role model but he was different and doing the things in his own way.

    About that sound issue; lol such a waste, it was the best part indeed. I realized it when i complete the video and i was too lazy to fix it. But time too hone our lip reading skills i guess.

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    Kanter destroyed Jamison and Hill. I'd love to see what this guy could do to the D-League.

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    So Jordan Hill kind of sucks at post-defense?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyrone Torbin View Post
    So Jordan Hill kind of sucks at post-defense?
    This win doesn't feel like the typical beat LA madness. That team is terrible this year with no bench. You know it's bad when you're starting Meta, Duhon, and Jamison.

    BTW, Jazz gave J. Hill a season high in points, Duhon in assists and 2nd highest in points, & allowed the Lakers to shoot 54% from 3 on 28 shots. No excuses for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    Kanter destroyed Jamison and Hill. I'd love to see what this guy could do to the D-League.
    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    This win doesn't feel like the typical beat LA madness. That team is terrible this year with no bench. You know it's bad when you're starting Meta, Duhon, and Jamison.

    BTW, Jazz gave J. Hill a season high in points, Duhon in assists and 2nd highest in points, & allowed the Lakers to shoot 54% from 3 on 28 shots. No excuses for that.
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    I think it's clear you have the Kanter highlights down lol. Just finished putting up the Mo ones for that game though.

    And I can't wait till next season when Favors/Kanter start their dominance

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    He really was dominant in the 2nd quarter
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    I love his motor. He seems to score in bunches and I feel like it's because as soon as the effort from his guy lags a little he presses harder and harder. It's really impressive how strong he is, he looks almost like dwight sometimes in terms of physique and strength.

    Awesome to watch.

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    If Kanter continues to play like that, maybe they want to trade him one day ? Pau Gasol is getting old and a paint with D-Howard and Underkannter would be absolutely strong. I hope KOC is not willing to do something stupid.
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    Why they call him BIG-AL, think of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAKAR View Post
    If Kanter continues to play like that, maybe they want to trade him one day ? Pau Gasol is getting old and a paint with D-Howard and Underkannter would be absolutely strong. I hope KOC is not willing to do something stupid.
    With Kanter playing well he's not going anywhere. Has KOC ever traded anyone playing remotely well for us besides Maynor? That's the only trade I can remember where the guy we moved was playing solid for us and filling a need.

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