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One of the University of Kentucky prized 2011 recruits,NBA Caps  Turkish Enes Kanter center, is in some trouble after it was revealed by Pete Thamel New York Times that the player was paid in cash and benefits of a professional team in Turkey.

Through a dialogue with the general manager of Fenerbahce Ulker, Nedim Karakas, Thamel was able to discover that the big man from Turkey received more than $ 100,000 in cash and benefits of the team during a period of three years.

That information, according to Karakas, has already been delivered to the compliance committee of the NCAA, which has been investigating the eligibility Kanter.

Kanter, a 6-foot-11, 261 lbs center, it is expected that one of the top prospects available in the NBA Draft 2011 (listed at No. 5 in latest mock draft 2011), in case decision to join.

That decision could be much easier if there are allowed to play for coach John Calipari and the wild.

Calipari was behind the center of freshmen from the first day, denying that Kanter received any payment, while playing in Turkey.

If Kanter is actually considered a professional player and therefore denies the eligibility of the NCAA, Carrera Sunglasses which is not without options, but these options are not as bright as they play for a head coach in the NBA Draft 2010 had five players selected in the first round and also has coached the last three projects of the No. 1 draft pick.

No. options Kanter probably not be as glamorous as playing for Coach Cal, which may or may not have a negative impact of their actions the project by 2011.

Realistically, if Kentucky is a no-go, the NBA Development League (D-League) and perhaps return to basketball on the international scene will be the best option for the promising young center.

A player with great size strength and agility Kanter is a force in the paint and on boards and also shows the ability to hit the shot in suspension midrange.

He will remain a coveted prospect, regardless of where it ends and play against professionals in the D-League or abroad may actually do more to improve the game experience that Kanter would have received in a university program.

However, it is hard to ignore success with selections Calipari record high and it makes one wonder what's in store for the prized big man from Turkey.

Although there is still a possibility that Kanter may indeed be cleared to play by the NCAA NFL Caps , its way to Kentucky is much more difficult if recent reports are accurate.

 


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