New York Knicks center Enes Kanter says he knew he wasn’t going to the Milwaukee Bucks despite rumors suggesting a move like that. The six-foot-11 center doesn’t offer much love for Wisconsin’s largest city. He told E-S-P-N unless a player “gets good, good money, you don’t leave New York for Milwaukee.” Kanter had suggested he was thinking about declining his 18-point-six-million dollar option to stay with the Knicks June 29th. Kanter averaged 14 points and 11 rebounds-a-game for New York last season. The Knicks are in full rebuild mode, meaning wins might be hard to find for a little while. The Bucks have the talent to be a playoff team.