New York Knicks center, Enes Kanter, expressed his dissatisfaction to an NBA Europe image representing the best Turkish talent in the NBA.

This image features Cedi Osman of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Ersan Ilyasova of the Milwaukee Bucks and Furkan Korkmaz of the Philadelphia 76ers.

Kanter, who wasn’t included in the image, took to Twitter and heavily criticized NBA Europe.

Although the NBA apologized to the Knicks center and NBA Europe uploaded another image that included Kanter, the Turkish big man wasn’t very satisfied with this situation.

Here is what he said, per New York Post:

“They put something out, forgot to put me and changed it later. They called and gave an apology. I’m going to be a bigger man and accept it. I felt disrespected, definitely.

It’s Europe, man. Anything can happen. I’m the best Turkish player to ever play the game.”