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Friday, March 29th, 2013 at 9:30 am  |  2 responses

Enes Kanter Out Indefinitely With Dislocated Shoulder


Yesterday, the basketball world saw Jazz forward Enes Kanter gruesomely dislocate his left shoulder while diving for a loose ball, and today the news came down hard: the second-year big man will be out indefinitely. Via the Salt Lake Tribune: “If the Jazz make the playoffs, they might have to do it without Enes Kanter. Kanter was injured in the second quarter of the Jazz’s 103-88 win over Phoenix on Wednesday night. The Suns’ Hamed Haddadi landed on top of Kanter as they scrambled after the ball. ‘He dive for the loose ball and I dive, too,’ Haddadi said. ‘We both went for the basketball and I don’t know what happened after that. But when I saw his shoulder I say, Ouch. Such things happen in basketball. I will just pray for him and I wish him well.’”

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  • spit hot fiyah

    it looked pretty bad with that bone sticking out from his shoulder. i really like kanter and favours of the jazz bench. time to make up their minds this off season, can’t keep all these big guys.

  • http://www.facebook.com/starkpwnsyou Joshua Maria Peter Bautista

    I’d take Favors and Jefferson. Kanter will shine in another system, one where his skills are best used. How about Boston to form a mid-low post nightmare for teams? Or San Antonio. Or Dallas.

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