Enes Kanter Cannot Physically Stop Himself from Taking Shots at NBA Teams

The NBA is the pettiest professional sports league in the United States. No one is going to argue about that. Enes Kanter is one of the main reasons for that case being so strong. Every time something goes his way, such as a Playoff series he really didn’t do anything in, his Twitter fingers turn to trigger fingers and he takes his shot. This time, the victim is the Denver Nuggets.

Kick them while they are down. This man just loves trolling entire states. Just three months ago, he was making sure that he would never be welcomed back in the state of New York.

He simply cannot physically restain himself from making enemies on Twitter. Kanter is just classic twitter troll. The reactions keep him going and fuel his fire. No response can ever make him change; he just sits back and watches the world burn. Maybe he should keep his battles to just NBA teams though. He has been known to chirp the president of Turkey from time to time, in the name of democracy which is admirable, but the backlash kept him from playing the NBA London game earlier this year.

Enes Kanter Wastes No Time Offending Knicks Fans

After a rough and rocky break up with the New York Knicks, Enes Kanter found his way to Portland. Now, Kanter seems to want to burn every bridge he has ever crossed. His home country of Turkey has excommunicated him, he never had a good relationship with James Dolan (no one has, let’s be honest) and he is wasting no time making sure Knicks fans hate him too.

Kanter took to Twitter after his first win with the Trail Blazers:

read the comments for a good laugh

Kyrie likes to troll the media, but Kanter is trolling entire countries. He is officially the best NBA Twitter troll. From what I can surmise, it looks like the only fanbase that still supports him is my fellow Kentucky fans. Gotta look out for your own… even if he didn’t technically play for us.

Also, if you told me a couple months ago that Enes Kanter was going to be in Portland, Oregon, I would have assumed that he was in Witness Protection.