Enes Kanter appears fired up about reunion with Celtics originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston
The Athletic's Shams Charania broke the news of Kanter's Celtics reunion just before noon ET on Wednesday. Less than a minute later, Kanter was already celebrating on Twitter.
Kanter has been a prolific tweeter throughout his NBA career, so his swift reaction here isn't a surprise. The 29-year-old also enjoyed his one-year tenure in Boston during the 2019-20 season, so it's also no surprise he's pleased about returning to Causeway Street.
Kanter most likely will be a frontcourt role player behind Robert Williams and Al Horford, but at $2.7 million, he's a solid low-cost pickup for new president of basketball operations Brad Stevens who will bring a veteran presence (and some personality) to Boston's locker room.