Boston Celtics forward Enes Kanter, a Turkish national, spoke with Brian Kilmeade about the NBA's scheduled return on July 30th and what it is like to live in the "NBA bubble" in Orlando. Kanter said the NBA has done an amazing job taking care of everything, including testing players every day for the coronavirus. When asked about the protocol if someone on his team tests positive, Kanter said Commissioner Adam Silver told the players they will not stop the season and a player who tests positive will be quarantined for two weeks and when he is cleared he will return to the team.

Kanter also discussed the President of Turkey, Recep Erdoğan, who published a full page ad in The Washington Post, labeling him a terrorist and calling for his extradition, his father finally being freed from a Turkish prison and how his fight for freedom for the people of Turkey is far from over.

Plus, Enes revealed his social justice message on the back of his jersey when the season returns will say "Freedom".