Reports: Evans agrees to deal with Pacers

Former Memphis Grizzlies guard Tyreke Evans was reportedly busy yesterday, meeting with the Los Angeles Lakers after previously doing so with the Oklahoma City Thunder the Authentic Domata Peko Jersey day before.
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But today, the point guard has agreed to a one-day with the Indiana Pacers, according multiple reports. J. Michael of the Indianapolis Star has more on why the Pacers reached a deal with up Evans:

Also, Evans could push Bojan Bogdanovic for time on the wing or allow coach Nate McMillan to spread the floor with three-plus shooters at all times.

He had a career resurgence of sorts last season, averaging 19.4 points, 5.1 rebounds and 5.2 assists per game — stats that were among his best since his early career days with the Sacramento http://www.floridapanthersofficialonline.com/Adidas-Keith-Yandle-Jersey Kings.

Aside from talking with the Lakers and Thunder, Will Guillory of The Times-Picayune reported on Monday that the New Orleans Pelicans also http://www.denverbroncosshops.com/Domata_Peko_Jersey_Cheap may have interest in Evans, too.

As noted above, Bamba could go much higher than this; his window opens with Dallas at five. It’s hard to see him slipping past Chicago here, even though the Bulls have been linked with Porter during the last few weeks (they have a long and strong relationship with Porter’s agent, Chicago-based Mark Bartelstein, and their doctors were the ones that examined Porter in Chicago. They don’t know any more about Porter’s back than other teams as a result, but the arrangement speaks to the trust the two sides have with one another). But Bamba’s defensive chops—second in the country in blocked shots per game (3.7), fourth nationally in total blocks (111), 12th in rebounds per game and Defensive Rating—are just too good for a Bulls team that hemorrhaged Keith Yandle Youth Jersey points last season (their Defensive Rating of 109.1 was 28th in the league) and was next to invisible protecting the front of the rim (DFL in blocks per game, 3.5).

On Tuesday, Green reached a one-year deal with the Washington Wizards, giving the team a veteran backup forward with NBA Finals experience.

Green, the 31-year-old native of Hyattsville, has career averages of 13.2 points, 4.6 rebounds and 1.6 assists. With the decision to sign with the Wizards, Green returns to the same arena in which he starred as a member of the Georgetown Hoyas for three seasons.

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