Enes Kanter just announced that he's opting in to his $18.6 million deal with the Knicks -- and he did it using a play on Donald Trump's slogan.
After the very anti-Trump Kanter used a play on Trump's slogan, he posted a video of himself with Bill and Hillary Clinton.
Kanter said recently that the hiring of David Fizdale as head coach made him more inclined to stay.
"With Coach Fizdale, I want to stay more," Kanter said recently. "I know his mentality, I know how much freedom he gives to his players. It's going to help my decision for sure. I think he's going to change a lot of things. He seems like a relationship with him is like a friendship relationship. It's not a player-coach relationship. I talked to him for two hours and it gives you so much confidence."
In 71 games last season, Kanter averaged a double-double with 14.1 points and 11 rebounds per game. Since entering the league as the No. 3 pick in 2011, he has averaged 11.7 points and 7.3 rebounds, playing with the Jazz and Thunder before he was included in the Carmelo Anthony trade.