Turkish center Enes Kanter worked out for the Cavs on Tuesday at Cleveland Clinic Courts. His agent, Max Ergul, said he wasn't allowed to watch the proceedings.

"Judging by the huge grin on his face, Coach Byron Scott seemed very satisfied," Ergul said. "We exchanged some complimentary words."

Also on hand for the workout were Texas power forward Tristan Thompson (6-8 3/4, 228) and Kansas small forward Marcus Morris (6-8 3/4, 230). It was the second time Morris has worked out for the Cavs, which sparked rumors that they're trying to acquire another first-round pick.

The 6-11 1/4, 259-pound Kanter's workout and interview lasted at least 3 1/2 hours.

Some observers were surprised Kanter worked out against other draft prospects.

"He's never shied away from other competitors," Ergul said. "He gets bored working out by himself."