SALT LAKE CITY — Enes Kanter said plenty this morning. And then it was Jazz fans’ turn to be heard tonight.
As Kanter was introduced, a half-full arena (that later filled out to near capacity) stood and booed him thoroughly, and Kanter responded by lifting his arms up asking for more, and then cupping his hands to his ears.
But any satisfaction Kanter wanted to take with him tonight was ended as the Jazz overcame an early 16-point first half deficit to completely suffocate the Thunder in the second half.
Asked if his comments from this morning may have motivated his old team, Kanter was willing to concede.
“I mean, yeah, probably,” he said. “I think they did a good job. I give them that. I think they did a good job on the court.” Keep Reading…