It’s an unwritten rule in sports that a player shouldn’t lose his starting spot due to injury. Well, the New Orleans Pelicans must bend that rule over their knee and snap it in half next season. Tyreke Evans should enter 2015-16 as the...Show More Summary
The New Orleans Pelicans announced Thursday that guard Tyreke Evans had successful arthroscopic surgery on his right knee. There’s no timetable yet for ‘Reke’s return to action. From the press The post Tyreke Evans Underwent Right Knee Surgery appeared first on SLAMonline.
Following an extremely productive 2014-15 season with the New Orleans Pelicans, guard Tyreke Evans underwent a procedure on his right knee Wednesday. Continue for updates. Evans' Knee Surgery Successful, No Timetable for Return Thursday,...Show More Summary
The New Orleans Pelicans announced today that guard Tyreke Evans underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his right knee Wednesday evening. A timetable for his return to basketball activities will be announced in the near future. Evans, 6-6, 220, appeared in 79 games during the 2014-15 regular season, posting averages of 16.6 points, 6.6 assists and [...]
Kentucky coach John Calipari denied that he is interested in reuniting with star center Anthony Davis and former guard Tyreke Evans as head coach of the New Orleans Pelicans. Even though Anthony and Tyreke are in NOLA, I have no interest in the Pelicans or any other job. I have a great job and I’m happy at […]
Tracy Wolfson is one of the best sideline reporters in the industry, but we all have one of those moments. Before Game 2 of the Pelicans-Warriors series tipped off, Wolfson filed a report about injuries to New Orleans guards Tyreke Evans and Jrue Holiday. Show More Summary
Point guard Tyreke Evans will play for the New Orleans Pelicans in Game 2 of their first-round playoff series against the Golden State Warriors, while backup Jrue Holiday is out with an injury.
New Orleans Pelicans point guard Tyreke Evans says an MRI on his left knee showed a deep bone bruise and he is questionable for Game 2 of their first-round playoff series against the Golden State Warriors.
The New Orleans Pelicans were dealt a potentially major blow to their chances of upsetting the Golden State Warriors in their first-round playoff series, as Tyreke Evans had to leave Game 1 with a knee injury. Continue for updates. Evans...Show More Summary
New Orleans Pelicans guard Tyreke Evans headed to the locker room in the second quarter against the Warriors on Saturday afternoon with a left knee bruise. He has not returned. UPDATE: Tyreke Evans is being evaluated in the @PelicansNBA locker room with a left knee bruise. — Daniel Sallerson (@dsallerson) April 18, 2015 We'll update this story as it develops.
Eric Gordon scored 21 points, Tyreke Evans nearly had a triple-double and the New Orleans Pelicans gained ground in the playoff race by outlasting the short-handed Sacramento Kings 101-95 on Friday night.
Isaiah Briscoe, a 5-star point guard prospect, is heading to Kentucky, and with good reason. He grew up watching future NBA guards Derrick Rose, Tyreke Evans and John Wall play for the Wildcats. At least, that's how he tells it. Briscoe...Show More Summary
John Calipari, to his credit, has had a great deal of success putting his college players in the NBA. While most of Cal’s representatives in the league hail from Kentucky, there are a still a few – like Tyreke Evans and Derrick RoseShow More Summary
The New Orleans Pelicans are fighting for their playoff lives, so losing a key piece like Tyreke Evans for even one game can be disastrous. Unfortunately, that will be the case, with the star shooting guard dealing with an ankle injury. Continue for updates. Evans Ruled Out vs. Show More Summary
New Orleans Pelicans guard Tyreke Evans injured his left ankle during the third quarter of the team's 114-103 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday. John Reid of NOLA.com reported the specifics on Evans' ailment, but Fox Sports'...Show More Summary
Kendrick Perkins quite literally butted heads with Tyreke Evans during the Thunder's last-second 116-113 loss to the Pelicans Friday night, and the NBA has come down with a penalty. Perkins will serve a one-game suspension for this play: Here's...Show More Summary
Oklahoma City Thunder center Kendrick Perkins, who made face-to-face contact with New Orleans Pelicans wing Tyreke Evans during a mini-scuffle Friday night, has been suspended by the NBA for one game. USA Today's Sam Amick relayed the news: In the first quarter of Friday's loss, Perkins fouled Evans on a fast break. Show More Summary
Oklahoma City center Kendrick Perkins has been suspended one game without pay for initiating and making head to head contact with Tyreke Evans of the New Orleans Pelicans, it was announced Saturday by Rod Thorn, President, Basketball Operations.
With two defenders in his face and 1.2 seconds left in the game, New Orleans Pelicans’ Anthony Davis hit perhaps the most clutch shot of the NBA season. Davis, who received the inbound pass from Tyreke Evans, had to double-clutch to free himself from Kevin Durant and Andre Robertson’s defense and hit a wild three-pointer […]
Ho-hum. Okay, AD: You have a fraction of a second to catch up to a Tyreke Evans lob thrown a bit too far ahead of you and slam it down with one hand on the fly. Sound good? Good.