Mehmet Okur was among the blasts from the Jazz past who returned to Utah to honor Jerry Sloan last week.
The retired center hopes to focus on someone else in his next trip to his old NBA stomping grounds.
Enes Kanter, have some free time?
“I’d like to take him out and talk to him a little bit, see what happens, try to help him a little bit more,” Okur said. “That’s what I’m going to do the next time I come to town.”
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