Ah, finally someone said what we were all thinking. Too bad it had to be Enes Kanter. I mean, it’s not like this guy was a complete bum in the NBA, but he wasn’t anywhere near being an All-Star either. The only reason he was ever relevant was because of all the controversy with his home country Turkey and the $500K bounty they put on Kanter’s head. Although his NBA playing days are over, I wouldn’t find seeing him throw on a wig and give the WNBA a try. While he isn’t a freak athlete, I think his size alone would make him the greatest WNBA player of all time.
I totally get the point that Kanter was trying to make in this interview. Men should not be allowed to play women’s sports under any circumstances. It just doesn’t make any sense. However, I don’t think a ten-day contract for Kanter to join the Las Vegas Aces – WNBA equivalent of the 2016 Warriors – would hurt anybody. Except for the poor ladies who would get backed down by “Eneshia”. They might never play again.
While I’d agree that even a mediocre NBA player like Kanter would dominate the WNBA, I won’t accept comments from chunky frat guys about how they’d do the same. Sorry pal, but your crippling addiction to Zyns and mango-flavored vapes aren’t going to do you any good on the basketball court. Respectfully, Sabrina Ionescu would go to work on all of us. And don’t even get me started on Caitlin Clark. She might be the next basketball Jesus. Her or Eneshia – I’d say it’s a toss-up.