Starting center Enes Kanter will reel off a list of reasons why he wants to stay with the Knicks next season.

But the Turkish big man won’t say whether it’s 100 percent definite. Not until he hires a new agent.

Kanter has one year left on his contract and is set to be paid $18.6 million next season.

Amid a glossy season in which he already netted a career-high 32 double-doubles after finishing with 18 points and 11 rebounds in the Knicks’ 111-87 loss to the Trail Blazers, it is no longer laughable for Kanter to consider opting out and seeking a long-term deal. He’s one of the best offensive rebounders in the league.

Nevertheless, a ton of analysis must go into his decision, including the notion most teams don’t have cap room this summer. Kanter, 25, admits he needs an agent to sort things out, and investigate potential interest. Kanter, who has used a Turkish agent in the past, has plenty of time to decide.