Enes Kanter admits it’s ’embarrassing’ to hear Knicks fans chant his name

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The Knicks said recently he would undergo testing during the middle of February that could have determined if he would be able to return this season.

But for now, he's a Maverick, and he's not going to say one more word about the situation that caused him to depart the Five Boroughs in infamous fashion last week. "The kid's a talent, and hopefully we can bring it out consistently". The 21-year-old was away from the team for two weeks as his name surfaced in trade rumors.

Smith Jr. will likely start at point guard for the remainder of the season for the Knicks.

"It's on me to try to mesh these guys together", Fizdale said. "Because after this trade and everything the fans still want me to go out there and play".

Jordan started at center on Sunday in his first game as a Knick.

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"I'm trying to build a top-five defense while developing these kids", Fizdale said. The home fans chanted Kanter's name throughout the game.

According to Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News, Kanter hears the chants, and he's starting to be embarrassed about it.

Now after years of making bad deals and wasting millions on buyouts; the Knicks have part ways with Porzingis who had become exhausted of losing and witnessing what he believed to be the mistreatment of his teammate Enes Kanter.

The former No. 4 overall pick of the 2015 Draft, Porzings was named an All-Star in 2017-18, but his ACL injury occurred days after that and he never got to play in that game.

The Feb. 7 trade deadline is inching closer as National Basketball Association teams continue to look for ways to improve their rosters for the impending postseason run.

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