Utah Jazz center Enes Kanter still has some things to work on. He could, for instance, improve his social media etiquette. And it wouldn’t hurt for him to guest on an episode of TLC’s What Not to Wear. (Don’t agree? Check out this recent post-game getup.)
But basketball, at least right now, is not one of them.
This was particularly evident on March 1, when the short-handed Jazz thumped the Charlotte Bobcats 98-68.
Filling in for the injured Al Jefferson (sprained left ankle), Kanter collected 23 points and 22 rebounds on 10-of-12 shooting in 44 minutes of action.