Oklahoma City barely plays Enes Kanter in Game 3
Oklahoma City Thunder center Enes Kanter saw only eight minutes off the bench on Wednesday, posting four points, three blocks and one rebound as the Thunder fell 115-111 to the Houston Rockets.
Kanter was an absolute liability on defense in Game 1 -- and Houston attacked him on every possession they could. If OKC sticks with this adjustment, look for Jerami Grant to continue to play big minutes as the Thunder try to climb back from an 0-2 deficit.
Kanter turned in a 3.9 nERD in his limited minutes on Wednesday, per numberFire Live.
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