Enes Leads in Game 4 Win

Enes Kanter: A Rebounding Force
April 17, 2016
Enes leading in various stats!
April 26, 2016

With the series tied at 2-1 against the Dallas Mavericks the OKC Thunder needed a big win in game 4. This would set up a potential final game in OKC where the Thunder are at their strongest. Enes managed to score 28 Points and collected 6 rebounds in just a short amount of time of 25 minutes. What is even more remarkable is Enes, who is known for shattering well established NBA records broke another one in game four. Enes became the first player in 30 years to score at least 25 on 90+ % shooting in a playoff game. He went 12/13 (92%) off the bench.

Enes has become increasingly more comfortable on and off the court and has seen the community connect with him on various projects & community service.



Source: http://sportsday.dallasnews.com/dallas-mavericks/mavericks/2016/04/23/oklahoman-enes-kanter-continues-terrorize-mavericks