There was a few Kentucky players making their playoff debuts this past weekend. From Boogie and his super team to their opponents and rookie Shai Gilgeous-Alexander. The biggest impact came from an 8 year veteran Enes Kanter. He played very well in the absence of Jusuf Nurkic, who sustained a leg injury in March. I broke down the Cats stats below, check it out!
|Jamal Murray (27)||Denver Nuggets||PG||17||2||0|
|DeMarcus Cousins (0)||Golden State Warriors||C||9||9||4|
|Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (2)||Los Angeles Clippers||PG||18||5||1|
|Eric Bledsoe (6)||Milwaukee Bucks||PG||15||3||5|
|Nerlens Noel (3)||Oklahoma City Thunder||PF||8||6||0|
|Enes Kanter (00)||Portland Trailblazers||C||20||18||2|
|Jodie Meeks (20)||Toronto Raptors||SG||3||0||1|
After the game Enes made a post about the game and his feelings about his home country’s current leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan.