If Wednesday’s showdown between the New Orleans Pelicans and Los Angeles Lakers was about anything, it was two teams and a pair of superstars—the stunning Anthony Davis, the gunning Kobe Bryant—heading in polar-opposite directions. Between...Show More Summary
Everyone knew what was coming, but the Spurs still couldn't stop it. The San Antonio Spurs are traditionally one of the better defensive teams in the NBA. You would never know it by the way they finished the first half against Tyreke Evans and the New Orleans Pelicans. Tony Parker made a layup, leaving just 6.9 seconds on the clock. Show More Summary
The Anthony Davis Breakout Tour continues, this time with a dominant start to the 2014-15 campaign that's already eliciting MVP chants in New Orleans. "It's crazy because I watched when I was younger. I watched LeBron [James], Kobe [Bryant],...Show More Summary
Evans has actually been pretty good for an otherwise stagnant Pelicans offense tonight, but by now you should know made layups and mid-range jumpers don't get Vine'd and put on the Internet.
There may be light at the end of a tunnel that included arthroscopic knee surgery in May and a strained hamstring in September. All indications are that Tyreke Evans will be the New Orleans Pelicans' starting small forward for the 2014-15...Show More Summary
New Orleans Pelicans general manager Dell Demps says guard Tyreke Evans has a strained right hamstring that is expected to require about three to five weeks of rehabilitation.
The New Orleans Pelicans play their first game of the 2014-15 season on October 28 against Orlando, and it appears there is a chance star shooting guard Tyreke Evans won't be able to suit up for that contest. According to Jody Gennessy...Show More Summary
The Pelicans' guard is expected to miss 3-5 weeks, which could force him out for the beginning of the season. New Orleans Pelicans guard Tyreke Evans is in jeopardy of missing the start of the 2014-15 season after suffering a strained right hamstring. Show More Summary
The New Orleans Pelicans announced today that guard Tyreke Evans is expected to miss 3-5 weeks with a strained right hamstring. “Tyreke injured his hamstring playing pickup basketball out of town last week,” stated General Manager Dell Demps. “He is back in New Orleans rehabbing with our medical staff. Hopefully, he will be cleared to play [...]
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School: Missouri Height/Weight: 6'5", 193 lbs Age: 22 years old Projected NBA Position: Combo Guard Pro Comparison: Tyreke Evans/Jerryd Bayless Twitter Handle: @JClark5on It was a bit of a shock to see Jordan Clarkson get passed on 45 times in the 2014 NBA draft. Show More Summary
School: Missouri Height/Weight: 6'5", 186 lbs Age: 22 years old Projected NBA Position: Combo Guard Pro Comparison: Tyreke Evans Twitter Handle: @JClark5on After transferring to Missouri and starting strong in 2013-14, Tulsa transfer...Show More Summary
When thinking of players currently in the NBA with the best handles, names like Jamal Crawford, Tyreke Evans, and Chris Paul instantly come to mind. They all got their start somewhere, and although we missed out on those aforementioned players’ early hoops careers because they were primarily prior to the internet age, youngsters today are […]
The New Orleans Pelicans say guard Tyreke Evans has undergone minor arthroscopic surgery to clean out scar tissue in his right knee.
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New Orleans Pelicans guard Tyreke Evans underwent minor arthroscopic surgery yesterday to clean out scar tissue in his right knee, the team announced. Evans will begin rehab on his right knee immediately. His expected timetable for recovery is 6-8 weeks. Evans appeared in 72 games this season and averaged 14.5 points, 5.0 assists, 4.7 rebounds and [...]
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Former Rookie of the Year Tyreke Evans' career hasn't exactly gone according to plan. We should have seen a better sophomore effort. By now, he should be an All-Star. Instead, he's attempting to rehabilitate his game with the New Orleans Pelicans after the Sacramento Kings—the team that drafted him—basically gave up on him. Show More Summary
Nothing like a little claustrophobia to get you into the zone. Prior to the New Orleans Pelicans game against the Phoenix Suns, point guard Tyreke Evans found himself stuck in an elevator: Evans himself took to Instagram to give us a...Show More Summary
New Orleans forward Tyreke Evans was a late arrival for Friday night's game against Phoenix because he was stuck in an elevator at the team hotel.