Enes Kanter gave another indication that he will opt out of his $18.6 million option with the New York Knicks.
Kanter attended Oklahoma City's Game 5 win over the Jazz, and was asked about how the team couldn't put him on the video screen since that could be interpreted as tampering because he's still on the Knicks.
"Am I? Am I?" asked Kanter.
Kanter was then asked if he's going to opt out.
"Until July 1, yes. We’ll talk to teams. We’ll see," said Kanter.
Kanter was then told that would be tampering.
"Wow. That’s crazy. It’s OK. Whatever. I’ll just get up and just wave. It’s cool, though. I’m excited, though, man. I’m really excited about this watching. It’s gonna be awkward. It’s gonna be weird. Just seeing, just watching my teammates play — ex-teammates — playing basketball. It’s gonna be cool. We’ll see."
Kanter recently hired prominent agent Mark Bartelstein, who said no decision has been reached.
“I wouldn’t read too much into it,’’ Bartelstein told The Post. “We’re still doing our due diligence.’’