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Note To Tyreke Evans: If You’re Going To Pad Your Stats At The End Of The Game, At Least Make The Layup
Last night’s Sacramento-Miami double-overtime thriller pretty much shocked anyone who watches basketball. The Kings, who kind of suck, were on the road against a Miami team that was in the midst of an 11-game winning streak. The Heat eventually pulled it out 141-129, but not without LeBron’s masterful 40 points, 16 assists and eight rebounds against a team that just wouldn’t go away. This includes the final seconds and etiquette-smashing Tyreke Evans.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our 2012-13 guide to the upcoming NBA season, in which we identify the reasons why your favorite team might have to start looking forward to 2013-2014 — and highlight at least one reason for you to be hopeful. Today: the Sacramento Kings, where the Maloof Brothers have screwed the pooch.
Tyreke Evans dunks on Gary Neal. It’s not Neal’s first posterization this year – is he becoming the logical successor to Shawn Bradley?
Tyreke Evans can’t seem to remember former teammate Sergio Rodriguez.
If this doesn’t spark the Sacramento Kings to bigger and better things, nothing will. After falling behind to the Memphis Grizzlies, 98-97, with 1.5 seconds left last night, the Kings’ Tyreke Evans hit a spectacular game-winner…from halfcourt.
We’re all accustomed to seeing things like this by now: Blake Griffin gets the ball near the basket, and magic happens. The Kings’ Tyreke Evans, however, wasn’t fazed by the Griffin aura.
George Maloof, co-owner of the Sacramento Kings got a DUI last night in Las Vegas.
Tyreke Evans was arrested for speeding on May 31st, and on Friday police released video of Evans zipping through traffic at over 100 miles an hour on interstate 80.