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Originally Posted by kingcy
Enes Kanter, PF, Kentucky: Hits little 15-foot jumper, good form on shot. Control pump fake down low to free up easy bucket. Patient when getting ball in paint in scoring opportunities. The most impressive first quarter performer, which foreshadowed his dominant second half. Good repost and also makes nice bounce pass to cutter into the lane. Dribbles down lane, a little out of control spin move but makes layup. Good form on shot. Does a good job of keeping ball high on offensive rebound. Another offensive rebound, takes ball to other side to clear space in traffic for layup. Grabs another offensive rebound and will fill a great deal of that rebounding void at Kentucky by the departure of DeMarcus Cousins. Scores again on the inside. Grabs yet another rebound and draws foul going up for another shot. Hits little baseline shot. Agile finish off pass from Ran on fastbreak. Great catch on tough pass, to two-hand slam. Another two offensive rebounds off missed free throw and his own miss.
Kanter had 34 points and 13 rebounds and was easily the best player on the floor for the World club. Given how easily he dominated up front against Team USA, Kanter should put up incredible freshman numbers for the Wildcats and become a certain lottery pick, if not a top-eight guy in 2011.