December 18, 2017, 10:05 pm
Enes Kanter scored 11 points on 5-of-8 shooting with three rebounds and three steals in 23 minutes on Monday in a loss to the Hornets.
Kanter drew the start after being listed as probable with a neck injury. He has been great to start the season, posting near top-50 value to this point. He has slowed down over the past few weeks, but was at least able to add some value tonight on the defensive end with three steals. His value is almost entirely dependent on efficient scoring and rebounding, so don’t get used to the defensive contributions, but appears locked in as the starting center for the Knicks and should return mid-to-late round value going forward.