Enes Kanter 20 Points Full Highlights (4/14/2019)

It’s not a stretch to say that Enes Kanter won this game for the Blazers with his inextinguishible desire to grab rebounds, particularly of the offensive variety. While Lameian Brickard and C.J. McChuckBrick were missing shots, Kanter just walked right in there to clean things up for them. Some clutch O-boards at the end +…

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Meyers Leonard 19 Points Full Highlights (4/11/2019)

I still don’t see what’s so wrong with Meyers Leonard that he gets big stretches of DNPs. He looks fine to me. The buckets in this video are buckets that any playoff team would desire. If the Blazers really don’t want him, I, on behalf of the Bucks, offer one (1) Thon Maker for him….

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Jake Layman 19 Points Full Highlights (4/10/2019)

Jake Layman ends the season 50th in total dunks made, tied with Pascal Siakam and Kyle Kuzma. That’s pretty good! Looking at the people above him in the list, it’s a lot of bigs who should be getting more dunks, with only a few other small forwards among the names. And most of those players…

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Gary Trent 19 Points Full Highlights (4/10/2019)

The Trailblazers decided to employ a tried-and-true strategy against the Kings: use as few bench players as possible. It makes perfect sense; since you’re starting your best players and they make the best lineup, why would you ever take that lineup out of the game? They didn’t go all the way with it, foolishly playing…

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Skal Labissiere 29 Points Full Highlights (4/10/2019)

I’ve been a big Skal Labissiere fan ever since he put together some monster games for the Kings back in his rookie season. For some reason, coaches don’t see a reason to play him even though it’s quite obvious from my perspective that he’s a versatile big who can score on the inside, score on…

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Anfernee Simons Career High 37 Points/9 Assists Full Highlights (4/10/2019)

Anfernee Simons had arrived early at the arena to get some extra shots up. Coach Stotts had warned him that most of the regular lineup was resting, so Anfernee wanted to make sure he was loose and limber for what was sure to be more minutes than he had ever received before. As he put…

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Enes Kanter 22 Points Full Highlights (4/9/2019)

It seemed like that, when Enes Kanter got to the Blazers, they attempted to establish him as a post-scoring threat right away. Maybe it was just that first game against the Nets, but it totally felt like they wanted to make Enes Kanter post-ups a significant part of the Blazers’ bench offense. Then, in subsequent…

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Maurice Harkless 26 Points/4 Blocks/1 Game-Winner Full Highlights (4/9/2019)

The main complaint I have made about Moe Harkless for the past however many years, since he came into the league basically, is that he doesn’t do enough on the court. Not only does he often play passively on offense, he LOOKS like he’s playing passively because his facial expression never changes. At most, you…

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Al-Farouq Aminu 23 Points Full Highlights (4/7/2019)

This is a season-high for Al-Farouq Aminu. Didn’t this guy used to be good? You can argue that he’s still good, but I feel like there was a time, a few years ago, where 23 points was not an especially notable performance for him. And now it’s a season high? Perhaps I, affected severely by…

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Enes Kanter 24 Points Full Highlights (4/5/2019)

This is the purest possible highlight video: 12 buckets presented in chronological order, no interruptions. No replays (none were shown by ESPN). No free throws (none taken). No defense (by either side). No assists (I ignored them). Just buckets, an even dozen of them, scored by Enes Kanter, arranged in one smoothly-flowing package. Buckets are…

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