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Enes Kanter has quickly become one of the better Celtic-player Twitter follows in recent years. Not only is he going to bring inside scoring and offensive rebounding for the Boston Celtics, but he brings a lighthearted personality that is contagious.



Unfortunately for Kanter, his issues with the Turkish government aren’t going away. On Wednesday, he shared an honest and genuine message regarding the reasons for cancelling the camp.



The Turkish Consulate had threatened the Islamic Center of Long Island where the camp was expected to be held. Kanter explains that these “thugs” are only hurting the kids that aren’t going to enjoy the camp. It’s an unfortunate situation, and here’s hoping that these kids get an opportunity to meet their NBA role model in another setting. Kanter has the support of some politicians that may be looking to help and support him.









As I mentioned previously, Kanter’s “summer tour” has been enjoyable to follow. It’s nice to see a player that makes a conscious effort to connect with the fans. It’s no secret that the 2019-2020 Boston Celtics are expected to be a lot more enjoyable to watch, and additions like Enes Kanter will go a long way towards that enjoyment.

Photo courtesy of Elise Amendola/AP

MikeAuc 7/26/2019 11:46:00 AM Edit
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