May 1, 2019 NBA Playoff Recap

Top Performers Enes KanterPOR @ DEN 15 9 1 2 stl, 2 blk Nikola JokicDEN vs. POR 16 14 7 Paul MillsapDEN vs. POR 14 11 0 2 stl, 2 blk Rodney HoodPOR @ DEN 15 3 0 3 blk CJ McCollumPOR @ DEN 20 6 6 Al-Farouq AminuPOR @ DEN 11 10 1 Malik BeasleyDEN vs. POR 13 3 2 Jamal MurrayDEN vs. POR 15 7 1 Zach CollinsPOR @ DEN 10 6 1 Damian LillardPOR @ DEN 14 4 4 2 stl Yesterday’s Scores Portland Trail Blazers  97…

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Blazers’ Enes Kanter (shoulder) uncertain for Conference Semis

According to the AP, Portland Trail Blazers center Enes Kanter has a separated his shoulder and his status for the Western Conference semifinals remains uncertain. The big man had this to say about his shoulder and how the team is treating it: “I think the Blazers are doing a very good job taking care of it. But, I mean obviously, I’m not going to lie, it hurts pretty bad. I mean I’m having a hard time changing my shirt or eating food. So it’s a process. We’re just taking it…

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Kanter hints at possible opt-out of Knicks contract

The current New York Knicks big man has recently alluded to opting out of his Knicks with deal. He broached this while also teasing a possible return to the Oklahoma City Thunder, where he played from the 2014-15 season until 2017, while speaking with Fred Katz of The Norman Transcript when he was in OKC for game 5 of the Thunder’s first round battle with the Utah Jazz. Katz: Are you going to opt out? You are technically on the Knicks. Kanter: Until July 1,yes. We’ll talk to teams. We’ll…

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