After sitting out two games with a sprained right ankle, Jazz center Enes Kanter will be available to return to the lineup Monday against the Dallas Mavericks at EnergySolutions Arena.
The Jazz were 1-1 in games without Kanter, including a win Friday at Phoenix and a loss the next night against the Nuggets in Denver.
They were the first games the second-year center had missed due to injury. One of the Jazz's top backups, Kanter averages. 6.7 points and 4.3 rebounds per game.
— Bill Oram
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