Boston Celtics center Enes Kanter is joined by NBC Sports Boston Celtics Insider Chris Forsberg to talk about life in the NBA on and off the court.
Grant Williams' big dinner tab and getting ready for the Raptors
Enes Kanter talks with Chris Forsberg about sweeping the Sixers, the impending matchup with the Raptors and reveals a hilarious prank the Celtics played on Grant Williams after a team dinner in Orlando.
:45 - How did the Celtics prank Grant Williams after their Game 4 win over the Sixers?
3:30 - What is it like guarding Joel Embiid?
7:00 - Enes talks about what this playoff run means to Kemba Walker and his "flu game"
9:20 - Enes looks ahead to the matchup vs. the Raptors
13:30 - How do you get the rookies ready for a playoff run?
18:00 - What is Tacko Fall's go-to karaoke song?
Celtics’ dodgeball games and getting ready to joust with Joel Embiid and the Sixers
:30-Enes on Celtics’ excitement to start the playoffs
2:00-Story behind the Celtics’ dodgeball game in the bubble
6:00-Enes’ frustration at Jayson Tatum ‘being good at everything’
10:15-Enes feels 76ers wanted to play the Celtics, how can C’s slow down Embiid?
15:00-Praise for Brad Stevens for explaining to Enes his reasoning for less playing time
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/OgaLUh6_bWI
In the Bubble Ep. 4: It could get ugly for opponents when Kemba’s healthy
Chris Forsberg talks with Enes Kanter following the Celtics first 2 games down in Orlando. Enes explains just how much better the Celtics will be when Kemba Walker is healthy, discusses the leadership of Jaylen Brown, and gives us the story behind Jayson Tatum’s haircut.
3:00- Enes on emotion of players kneeling during national anthem
6:30- Enes praises Jaylen Brown’s leadership on and off the court
8:30- It’s going to get ‘ugly’ for teams once Kemba Walker is healthy
11:30- Grant Williams’ basketball IQ continues to blow Enes away
18:00- Enes gives the inside scoop behind Tatum’s haircut
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/oHyh6Y7cGEg
In the Bubble Episode 3: Why the Celtics have the best team chemistry in the NBA
3:20- Enes explains why he thinks the Celtics have the best team chemistry in the NBA
6:50- How can Celtics’ chemistry give them an advantage against opponents?
9:30- Why was a recent practice the “best Celtics practice ever?”
11:30- Enes says Celtics’ “second unit is deadly”
15:00- Kemba’s motivational speech to his team
16:15- Enes on beating Marcus Smart in a swimming race
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/jhcCUKCYfJI
Inside the Bubble Episode 2: Calming the concern on Kemba
1:30- What activities have the Celtics been doing in Orlando?
6:00- Enes breaks down what Celtics practices have been like
8:30- Enes calms Celtics fans concerns over Kemba
10:50- Enes on excitement for Kara Lawson becoming head coach for the Duke Blue Devils women’s basketball team
13:15- Marcus Smart is a ‘cheat code’ fans or not..Smart will hype up team
15:10- Brad told team that playing in the bubble is something they will tell their grandkids..so ‘make it a good story’
Watch the podcast on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Vj1JCaAHreU
Inside the Bubble Episode 1: First impressions of Orlando
1:30- Enes breaks down last 24 hours in Orlando
5:00- Enes says Celtics get the better food because they have own the most championships
8:00- Enes room is small, tried to get a bigger room but was denied. Jaylen, Marcus, Jayson, Kemba got the biggest rooms
10:30- Enes reads the pamphlet the NBA gave him for activities players can do
21:23- ‘I promise the Celtics fans, the 18th banner is coming soon’
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/OHWhW88Bc_0
Customer ReviewsSee All
Amazing podcast, you get a view from what it’s like to be an NBA player for my favorite team
The best pod from a Celtics player
Enes is great and candid and entertaining
Better than I expected!
No disrespect meant with that title. I’m a long time Celtics fan and so, of course, familiar with Enes and Chris. Initially, I was only partially interested to listen and the motivation was getting some “inside” player scoop. As the weeks have gone by, however, it’s been really enjoyable to get to know both of these guys more. The inside Celtics talk is, in fact, the highlight but I’ve also grown to appreciate their chemistry and the fact that they both come off as good ppl. It’s refreshing to hear a sports journalist in this region who does not rely on shock, hot takes, etc. And Enes seems to be thoughtful, kind, and open minded without the big ego that sometimes derails fans ability to feel connected to their favorite athletes. He also seems to be honest/genuine when speaking about the topic at hand. But be careful, Enes! Don’t let your determination and outgoing nature manifest in a slip that allows us fans to get a little too much inside info (ie piss off nba ppl). I have the impression that Danny Ainge had that problem years ago, so you’re in good company! Anyway, thanks for the pod and keep up the great work!