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Thunder C Enes Kanter said Monday that he wants to become an American citizen and that he has received numerous death threats, two days after he was detained in a Romanian airport because his Turkish passport had been canceled.
Enes Kanter landed safely back in the United States on Sunday, one day after being detained in a Romanian airport and having his Turkish passport canceled.
Romania's foreign minister says his country had no choice in detaining Oklahoma City Thunder center Enes Kanter in the capital's airport.
Royce Young explains why Thunder center Enes Kanter was denied entry into Romania and the circumstances that lead to the cancelation of his Turkish passport.
Enes Kanter, after being delayed "for hours" at a Romanian airport for what he said was his political views toward Turkey, was allowed to leave and is in London.
*Updates at bottom Enes Kanter has been all over social media lately, as he is traveling the world on behalf of his foundation. It appears as though his travels hit a snag thi ...
ESPN Thunder reporter Royce Young provides an update on Enes Kanter, who is being held in Romania due to the Turkish embassy canceling his passport.
In a video posted to Twitter, Thunder center Enes Kanter said he's been held "for hours" at a Romanian airport because of his political views toward Turkey.
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