Center, Boston Celtics
Enes Kanter is a human rights activist and professional basketball player. Since being drafted third overall in the 2011 NBA Draft, Kanter has been a standout player for the Utah Jazz, Oklahoma City Thunder, New York Knicks, Portland Trail Blazers, and now the Boston Celtics. Off the court, Enes enjoys giving back to the community. He holds the record for most free basketball campus given in one summer (40 camps in 35 states) and runs The Enes Kanter Foundation, which aims to foster awareness and helps with the development of children in the areas of education, poverty alleviation, and social harmony. Enes is managed by MAESTRO Sports, and Hank Fetic is his manager.