Age: 26 Height: 6-11 Weight: 245 lbs School: Kentucky
In the episode, Lillard revealed his thoughts on Anthony Davis wanting out of New Orleans, on the Blazers additions of Rodney Hood and Enes Kanter, why he hasn't demanded a trade out of Portland, and so much more. Let's take a look at what the four-time All-Star had to share. On addition of Rodney Hood: "I think his ability to score, his size, and now you got different lineups you can play with, where he's switching and guarding so many different positions that I know can help with our versatility and help with our different lineups."
The Trail Blazers added the second new player to their roster in the last 10 days when they signed free-agent center Enes Kanter for the remainder of the season. Coach Terry Stotts wasted no time proclaiming Kanter, a very good offensive player and rebounder, the team's new backup center. "He'll help us be a better team.
Center Enes Kanter has joined the Portland Trail Blazers. Kanter was waived by the New York Knicks along with Wesley Matthews following the trade deadline last week. Kanter announced Wednesday on Twitter that he had signed with the Blazers for the rest of the season.
In 2015, the Trail Blazers signed Enes Kanter to a four-year, near-max offer sheet. The Thunder matched, then later traded him to the Knicks, who recently waived him. After all that, Portland is finally getting its man.
Kevin Durant and Enes Kanter have certainly expressed their differences over the last couple of years...