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Utah Jazz: Enes Kanter shows game Jazz already knew he had

Second-year center Kanter shows game that Jazz already knew he had.

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His in-game performances, Corbin said, weren’t indicative of his overall improvement.

"I see a lot more, than you see in the games, in practice," Corbin said. "One of the great things we’re seeing from him now in the games is transferring from practice."

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Coming up big

» In the last five games, Enes Kanter is averaging 15.8 points and 9.8 rebounds per game.

» Kanter played an enhanced role in three games in which Al Jefferson was out, notching career highs of 23 points and 22 rebounds on March 1.

» Coach Tyrone Corbin says Kanter benefited from increased role.

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So while Corbin was impressed by Kanter’s recent explosion, maybe even surprised, he was far from knocked over.

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