Rookie Tyreke Evans Has Become the Catalyst for the Rebuilding Kings

December 19th, 2009 by Andre Johnson Leave a reply »


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It seems that Tyreke Evans has become the most sought-after player for postgame interviews in the Sacramento Kings’ locker room these days.

Clearly, that was apparent after the Kings’ recent game at the Memphis Grizzlies when a mob of reporters gathered in front of Evans’ locker, waiting for him to finish showering so they could converse with the Sacramento star rookie guard.

Once he was done, it seemed Evans could barely get dressed for all of the cameras and recorders that were immediately pointed toward him. Suddenly, he was thrown an assortment of questions ranging from what’s it like playing on the West coast after growing up in the Philadelphia area, his relationship with Kings coach Paul Westphal, to how he is adjusting as an NBA rookie after one productive season at the University of Memphis.

Fielding each question as if he expected them, the 20-year-old Evans didn’t appear annoyed by the array of subjects he sensed would come up in his first app ...

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