Enes Kanter is giving back to the basketball community and the Rip City community by putting on a free basketball camp for kids, part of a 30-state tour of free camps this summer.

But it’s only been a week since the Blazers got swept by Golden State in the Western Conference Finals, and Kanter Blazers is not quite over it.

Kanter noticed a kid camper wearing a Steph Curry jersey in Warriors blue and gold, and decided that wasn’t going to fly.  Kanter made the kid cover the jersey and gave him a new shirt to wear, drawing a great reaction from the kid and his co-campers around him.


Let that be a lesson to campers attending Camp Kanter – don’t wear a Steph jersey!  What parent lets their kid do that?  Parent fail.

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