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VIDEO: Enes Kanter starts snowball fight with Celtics teammates

Enes Kanter, Celtics

It seems that Enes Kanter is having a lot of fun with his new Boston Celtics teammates both on and off the court in the 2019-20 NBA regular season.

The 27-year-old Turkish center decided to unleash his inner child by playing with some snow as the Celtics were hopping on the team plane.

Kanter took a video of himself throwing snowballs at his teammates, claiming fellow big Robert Williams as his first victim. Kanter terrorized rookie Carsen Edwards next and also did not spare Javonte Green and Daniel Theis.

Kanter saved the biggest target for last, as he also hurled a snowball at the 7-foot-5 beanpole Tacko Fall.

“Tacko you better run,” Kanter warned, before launching a snowball his way.

Big kids playing Snowball fight #Celtics pic.twitter.com/PSNnEA6ycc

— Enes Kanter (@EnesKanter) December 2, 2019

The Celtics, meanwhile, can afford to have some fun as they are currently tied with the Miami Heat for third place in the East with a 14-5 slate.

Kanter has fit in nicely in coach Brad Stevens’ bench, contributing 7.8 points and 6.5 boards while shooting 57.1 percent from the field.

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