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