A group of Cleveland sports reporters (at least I think they’re sports reporters, one looks like he got lost on the way to Bonnaroo) got together today and talked about why they think the Cavaliers should pick Enes Kanter with the number four pick in the draft. Kanter worked out for the Cavs on Monday.
The sports writer interviewed during the segment is Mary Schmitt Boyer, the Cavs beat writer for The Cleveland Plain Dealer. She has a nice profile of Kanter on their site if you’d like to check it out. A niblet because I know you’re hungry:
Ryan Blake, NBA scouting co-director and son of longtime NBA director of scouting services Marty Blake, says Kanter has made an impression this spring with his skills and strength.
“You have jaws dropping a little bit,” Blake said in a phone interview on Tuesday. “He’s more focused on playing below the rim, but he can play above the rim, too. He’s a very cerebral player.'”