Enes Kanter Finally Guards Steph, Has Young Kid Cover Up Curry Jersey

Enes Kanter and the Portland Trail Blazers didn't do a great job of defending Steph Curry during the Western Conference finals.

The Warriors star averaged 36.5 points during the four-game sweep of the Blazers while shooting 46.8 percent from the field.

With the Blazers eliminated from the playoffs, Kanter is free to put on his free basketball camps for kids. The Blazers center is putting on more than 40 free youth basketball clinics in over 30 states.

It's all fun, just don't show up wearing a Curry jersey.

One young hooper arrived at Camp Kanter wearing a blue and gold Curry jersey, and Kanter made him put on a shirt to cover it up.

All in good fun, of course.

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In all seriousness, Kanter should be commended for giving back to the community and helping kids, many of whom might not be able to afford a skills camp, grow and evolve their game.

Now, he just has to work on his pick-and-roll defense this offseason.

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