Kamis, 02 Mei 2019

Why Enes Kanter is ripping the Turkish government again - New York Post

Enes Kanter had a solid game in helping the Trail Blazers to a 97-90 win over the Nuggets in Game 2 of their Western Conference semifinal on Wednesday night. Not that you would know it if you live in Turkey.

Enes Kanter/Twitter

Kanter, a former Knick, reignited his fight with Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdo─čan after discovering his 15-point, nine-rebound night was deleted by the NBA Turkey website. He posted a screen grab of his stats deletion with the tweet (right).

“What a messed up country lead by #TurkishDictator @RTErdogan,” Kanter tweeted. “Only Turkish player out here tonight, and the official @NBA for Turkey @NBAturkiye is censoring me. They dont show blazers games in Turkey. The government controls people,this a problem. How can official NBA allow this(?)”

While a member of the Knicks, Kanter did not attend the team’s 101-100 loss to the Wizards in London on Jan. 17 because he feared Erdogan would have had spies in the city who would try to kill him.

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2019-05-02 06:57:00Z

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