Sacramento Kings Rookie Tyreke Evans Records First Triple-Double

March 13th, 2010 by Blake Mehigan Leave a reply »
Everyone knew it would happen eventually. The question was: When?

On Wednesday while defeating the Toronto Raptors by a land slide, 113-90, Tyreke Evans recorded his first NBA triple double.

Evans notched 19 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, and dished out 10 assists. His last stat that pushing him over the top, an assisted pass to Francisco Garcia curling off a screen for an 18-foot jump shot. 

Tyreke Evans has been phenomenal for the Kings this season and his play has been so stellar Sacramento was comfortable trading their former star player, Kevin Martin, in order to make room for the former Memphis Tiger. 

Evans is the future of the franchise and they made that statement in a very bold way at the trade deadline by acquiring Carl Landry. 

Evans accomplished this feet on a night that was dedicated to him at Arco Arena.

It was somewhat of a publicity push for Rookie of the Year, something that seems very attainable to the New Jersey native.

Along with Tyreke Evans, there is the Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry and New Orleans' Darren Collison. Both have played incredibly well for th ...

Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NBA
Article written by


Comments are closed.