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Pelicans' Tyreke Evans participated at a charity game in Seattle and one of his opponents was Seattle mayor Michael Patrick McGinn.
But mayor or not, charity game or not, Evans could have cared less as he broke McGinn's ankles while going to the rim. Though it should not have been too hard to do seeing how the mayor is quite out of shape and has no pro-basketball experience under his belt.
Check out Tyreke making Seattle's mayor look silly (h/t Player's View).
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Charity game or no charity game, New Orleans Pelicans star Tyreke Evans is not going to let anybody take his shine on a basketball court.
Watch what happens when Seattle’s mayor tries to go for his.
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