According to a report by SNYtv reporter Ian Begly, the cops show interest in Free Agent Center Enes Kanter.
The Chicago Bulls are among the teams that, according to SNY sources, are showing interest in the great Turkish agent Enes Kanter.
– Ian Begley (@IanBegley) June 29, 2019
The tall Turkish man has long been one of the league's best rebounds, scoring 12.3 rebounds per 36 minutes in his career. Last season, Kanter was deposed by the New York Knicks and picked up by the Portland Trail Blazers. For the season 201
Over 16 playoff games with Portland Kanter scored 11.4 points per game and 9.7 rebounds. He once had the reputation of being perhaps the clearest defender of the NBA. Kanter will not form any more NBA All-Defensive teams in the near future, but he has significantly improved his defensive performance over a year ago.
Despite his good performance in the postseason (17.0 PER in the playoffs 18-19), Kanter is unlikely to have a massive salary due to the modern depreciation centers for NBA games and a wide-open market with a lot of money of options. It seems that #NBATwitter undoubtedly has mixed feelings about the rumor.
Beast on the block, more than $ 10 million per person
– Mike B (@BullsNationOZ) June 29, 2019
They Need Depth
– HaitianPrens ™ (@ JaimeStvil) June 29, 2019
Sorry for that
– Boston Knick (@BostonKnick) June 29, 2019
Bull fans will not like it, but it makes sense that they have WCJ defending it is not a terrible idea to throw a score off the bank first.
– Joe Hanley (@ProcessThisPunt) June 29, 2019
No, only no
– Derek "Young Jordan" Briscoe (@YoungJordan) June 29, 2019
Kanter could make sense for a bull squad who finished 27th in the league last season in terms of total rebound percentage. His reputation as a defensive negative is well deserved, but it is likely that he would not take on a starring role with incumbent launch center Wendell Carter Jr. in the squad. The presence of rookie center Daniel Gafford means that Kanter would be a good option for Chicago to replace Robin Lopez if he does not sign again with the Bulls.