Enes Kanter of the Boston Celtics has been fairly well-traveled in his career, and on Thursday night, he ambled his way up the court to nab a loose ball then get a bucket, which elicited a rather amusing response from his teammates on the bench.

As you can see, his fellow Celtics seemed to take issue with his high-stepping running style, but hey, he got the bucket so what does it matter, really?

While the Celtics fell to the Philadelphia 76ers in the game by a final score of 115-109, Kanter had his best game of the season by far against Philly by piling up 20 points on 10 of 13 shooting in only 24 minutes of action with 9 rebounds, 2 steals and 2 blocks.

Though the Turkish big man has never been known for his defense, there can be no question about his around-the-basket game, as he remains one of the best pure finishers at the center position in the league – even if it does require high-stepping to the cup beforehand.

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