Found October 08, 2012 on
Enes Kanter is known for being a power post player who could stand to improve his footwork. So it should come as no surprise that Kanter is far from a talented dancer. Kanter showed as much when he and fellow Utah Jazz second-year players participated in the team's rookie dance-off recently after missing their chance last year due to the lockout. As the saying goes, good things come to those who wait. Check out this video to see Kanter trade the "big man dance" for what appears to be the running man and a prehistoric version of the worm.
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Utah Jazz center Enes Kanter was the clear fan favorite during the rookie dance-off held before the team's open scrimmage at the EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake City.
Although Kanter is not the greatest dancer, and his version of the worm looked more like a push-up, the crowd ate it up.
Also taking part in the dance-off were teammates Kevin Murphy and Alec Burks...
Enes Kanter may be one of the most underrated personalities in all of professional sports. The second-year big man from Turkey has his own unique hip-hop style. He also is a bit of goofball who is just looking for Mrs. Right.
Well, you can add dance-off winner to that list. Kanter mc’d the traditional rookie dance-off before the Jazz’s open scrimmage. However, he needed to...
The Utah Jazz typically have a Rookie Dance-Off every season, but due to the lockout last year we didn’t get to see the moves of Alec Burks and Enes Kanter. But guess who received a shot at the Utah Jazz scrimmage that was held over the weekend? Yeah, check out Enes Kanter’s dance moves, [...]The post Enes Kanter Does The Snake (Kinda) At The Utah Jazz Scrimmage (VIDEO) appeared...
Before the Utah Jazz open scrimmage yesterday, the veterans had the rookies face off in an epic dance battle.However, the person who steals the show is second-year center Enes Kanter:(Courtesy of The Big Lead)
The Utah Jazz held an open scrimmage at EnergySolutions Arena on Saturday. Aside from the game itself, the festivities also included the traditional spectacle known as the rookie dance off. The only true first-year pro on the team is Kevin Murphy, so instead of letting Murphy go through the embarrassing routine by himself, big-man Enes Kanter decides to step in and save the day by...