Boston Celtics big man Enes Kanter has been making friends wherever he goes, especially with politicians whenever he switched teams. He’s had connections from the senate to the congress in New York, in Portland and now, in Boston.

After the “Stache Brothers” came to an and when the Turkish center went to the Knicks, some fans were left heartbroken just when the two were having chemistry on the court and out. Adams even reached out to Kanter to say goodbye and wished his buddy good luck on his new team.


From the Knicks, to the Trail Blazers and now with Boston, it looks like he found his new buddy in their rookie Tacko Fall. Since making it to the league, the former Kentucky Wildcat took the 7-foot-6 Fall under his wings, both on and off the court, especially that they share the same faith as Muslims.



From doing his interview to riding in a car together, there no stopping the two from having fun. This could also be a way for the Senegalese to feel at home in Boston for the two of them will be starting their first season with the team.

On a video Enes Kanter had posted, he is having a lot of fun doing the rookie’s haircut. He was seen kind of playing with Tacko’s hair, prompting Fall to ask if he’s messing with his hair.

 “You look good”, Kanter responded.



As usual, the fans are getting the good vibes these two are sharing.


While a couple of followers had a great idea for these two.


Going undrafted in the most recent draft, the big man from the University of Central Florida had workouts with Boston after they signed him to an Exhibit 10 contract, which was later upgraded to a two-way contract. Perhaps, that development is like a guarantee that we’ll be seeing these two giants having fun on the hardwood and off it.

Last night, Tacko finished with a double-double of 13 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks in 25 minutes. Maine Red Claws ended up winning big against Delaware Blue Coats, 148-125.

tacko fall Tacko Fall #55 of the Boston Celtics stands on the court during a game against the Memphis Grizzlies during the 2019 NBA Summer League at the Thomas & Mack Center on July 11, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ethan Miller/Getty Images