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You have to assume that the Utah Jazz will lose at least one of its prized big men (either Al Jefferson or Paul Millsap) if not both, to free agency.
They can afford this because of the talent they have seasoning deep on their bench. Enes Kanter only got 15 minutes a game in his second year, but he produced nearly every chance he got.
In one game the Jazz were forced to play without Jefferson or Millsap, Kanter got 44 minutes and went for 23 points and 22 rebounds on 10-of-12 from the floor.
Only two other times all year did Kanter gets 30 minutes of action, finishing with 18 and eight in one and 18 and 10 in the other.
Kanter is a beast physically with a good nose for the ball. He's got a great feel around the rim and understands how to use his body to create higher percentage looks inside.
Next year will be Kanter's third, and Utah would be silly not to expand his role. With the likelihood that they lose either Jefferson, Millsap or both, chances are 2013-14 is the season that Kanter breaks out.