Watch as CP and J.Ellis debate whether the Knicks should cut ties with Enes Kanter as he has started to become a distraction due to his diminished role in the lineup.
New York Knicks center Enes Kanter met with general manager Scott Perry on Monday to discuss his frustration amid the team’s losing skid and his diminished role, but he did not request a trade.
“I did not say, ‘Scott, trade me.’ No I did not say that,” Kanter told reporters after the Knicks’ 115-108 loss in Denver on Tuesday night. “Because I like it here a lot. And I probably won’t say to Scott’s face, ‘Scott I want to get traded.’ Because I like it here a lot.
“But again, in the end, we all are competitors, basketball players. I like it here so much, but again I want to win. I want this team to get to the playoffs one day. This is my blood, man. … I’m going out there to get a win every time.” [via Ian Begley, ESPN]
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