It has already been half a month since Enes Kanter and the rest of the Boston Celtics exited the 2020 NBA Playoffs but it looks like the Turkish big man had already found a new pastime. He unveiled his new pets referred to as “mini Tremors” via a video posted on Twitter:
New Pets 🤗
Mini Tremors are soo cute 😍 pic.twitter.com/LEpIH7ZnTh
— Enes FREEDOM (@EnesFreedom) October 13, 2020
The creatures posted on the video remains to be unidentified and it looks like basketball fans would not want to have any business to deal with it. On the court, Kanter saw limited action on the court as the Celtics tussled with tough opponents all throughout the playoffs.
The Boston-based squad faced an embattled Philadelphia Sixers side sans star forward Ben Simmons who suffered a season-ending knee injury while in the Orlando bubble prior to the start of the playoffs. The Celtics quickly got the job done and finished the first-round series on a sweep.
They met with the reigning champion Toronto Raptors and had a streaking 2-0 start to the series. The Raptors bounced back and got themselves in the mix of things which eventually stretched the series going into six games in favor of the Celtics.
After going through a tough second-round encounter, Kanter and his squad looked tired against the Miami Heat who quickly disposed their previous opponents. The eventual finalists grabbed the first two games before the Celtics engaged in a seesaw battle which ultimately ended with the Heat winning the series on a 4-2 decision.
Tagged as heavily-favored contenders heading into the NBA restart, the Celtics ended the season on a disappointing note once again. However, the continuous emergence of their young stars could be encouraging signs for the team moving forward.
Perhaps the 28-year old big man will also be able to find more inspiration heading into the 2021 NBA season with his new pets giving him company during the offseason.