Enes Kanter’s father was released by the Turkish government: “The father of Oklahoma City Thunder center Enes Kanter has been released from police custody in Turkey, where he was detained as part of an investigation into alleged links to U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, according to media reports. The private Dogan news agency said university professor Mehmet Kanter was released Wednesday after five days in custody on condition that he regularly report to a police station.”
Erik Horne did an awesome Q&A with Alex Abrines: So, how was the driving test? Were you nervous? “On the written test, I missed the first one and I was like ‘oh, s***.” But finally I got like 15 out of 16. That’s pretty good. I was a little nervous but I’ve been driving for a year here. I was more nervous for the writing test.”
Oklahoma State’s Jawun Evans will work out for the Thunder on Friday:
Projected first round pick Jawun Evans has workouts with Portland June 8, OKC June 9, and Utah June 10, sources told Basketball Insiders.
— Michael Scotto (@MikeAScotto) June 7, 2017