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Topic - Mehmet Okur
With the prospect of a trade for Dwight Howard fading and the season opener less than a week away, New Jersey Nets coach Avery Johnson was getting a feel for his team.
The Utah Jazz likened Enes Kanter to a "bull in a china shop," one they felt fortunate to grab with the No. 3 overall pick in Thursday night's NBA draft.
The Utah Jazz went overseas to bolster their roster, using the No. 3 overall pick on 6-11 center Enes (En-iss) Kanter of Turkey _ a move that leaves the door open for them to take local favorite Jimmer Fredette at No. 12.
Utah Jazz forward Mehmet Okur will miss Monday night's game against Cleveland because of a sprained right ankle.
Utah's Mehmet Okur is playing for the first time since rupturing his left Achilles' tendon last season.