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Celtics Teammates Wish Center Enes Kanter Happy Birthday On Social Media

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Enes Kanter hasn’t played a full season with the Boston Celtics yet (thanks coronavirus), but it’s clear his short tenure thus far has made impact.

The center turned 28-years-old on Wednesday, and his teammates took to social media to with him a happy birthday, indicating the impact his presence has on the C’s locker room.

 

Jaylen Brown’s tribute to his teammate was perhaps the most heartfelt, but of course, he still teased Kanter, calling him “little bro.” As Kanter celebrates his 28th birthday, Brown doesn’t celebrate his 24th until October.

“Happy birthday to my lil bro @eneskanter11 and that 1st pic is the perfect visual of out friendship he is a hater and it’s clear that he knows and enjoys it,” Brown wrote in his caption.

“Some people are going to try to hold u down in life you just gotta get a bucket anyway.. happy birthday to my bro one of my favorite people to be around behind Tacko .. happy glo lil bro.”

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Happy birthday to my lil bro @eneskanter11 that 1st pic is the perfect visual of our friendship he is a hater and it’s clear that he knows and enjoys it 🤦🏾‍♂️.. some people are going to try to hold u down in life you just gotta get a bucket anyway.. happy birthday to my bro one of my favorite people to be around behind Tacko .. happy glo lil bro 💯 A post shared by جيلين براون (@fchwpo) on May 20, 2020 at 11:54am PDT

Speaking of Tacko Fall, the fellow rookie posted a photo of him and Kanter on his Instagram story. Fall, who is perhaps the closest with Kanter, also couldn’t resist a chirp.

“Happy birthday to my big brother @eneskanter11,” Fall wrote. “One of the most genuine people I know. (And annoying).”

Grant Williams and Vincent Poirier also took to Instagram with their own well wishes.

Happy birthday, Enes. We hope it was a good one!

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