Turkish players in the NBA haven’t been doing so well recently:
Furkan Korkmaz, after those back-to-back 30-point games in early February, has gone 30-of-84 from the field right when when the Sixers, hit hard by the injuries to Simmons and Embiid, could use some more scoring.
Ersan Ilyasova has partially fallen out of the rotation in Milwaukee, his minutes taken by new acquisition Marvin Williams.
Enes Kanter gets limited minutes in Boston and has lost his spot in the rotation to Daniel Theis.
Meanwhile, Cedi Osman is the only Turk in the NBA who is playing well as of late. He’s not putting up huge amounts of points or anything, but he’s started every game for the Cavaliers, and his last two games have seen him score 20 and 19 points. Since he is currently faring better than all of his countrymates, it would be advised for Turks to watch this video. Especially if they haven’t given much thought to Osman recently and want to remind themselves what an ideal version of Osman plays like. This is that video.