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Enes Kanter is faced with the impossible task of fighting for minutes behind Al Jefferson, Paul Milsap and Derrick Favors.
But every time he gets his chance, Kanter produces.
Just recently on November 30th, he put up 18 points and seven rebounds against the Thunder in only 15 minutes.
Having sat out his freshman year at Kentucky and barely gotten time as a rookie and sophomore, all Kanter needs is an opportunity.
His size, strength and scoring instincts inside make him the prospect he still is today.
At the 2010 Nike Hoops Summit, Kanter dominated the American competition for 34 points and 13 rebounds. That American competition included Jared Sullinger, Harrison Barnes, Kyrie Irving, Myers Leonard, Patric Young, Brandon Knight, Terrence Jones and Kendall Marshall.
This was ultimately the only material scouts had on Kanter, who was ruled ineligible as a freshman. It turns out it was the only tape they needed.
Once he's given regular minutes, he could become an immediate impact player, and it's likely the Jazz know this.