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Deron always seems to have massive performances against the Bobcats, unsurprisingly
Due to some prior commitments, I wasn't able to watch much of tonight's game (bits and pieces of the first half and like the last four minutes), so I don't really have any non-box-score conclusions to make. All I know is that D-Will took over late, making it his responsibility for the Nets to win this game, Reggie Evans rebounded the ball 20 times yet again, and that Ben Gordon was unconscious from three.
Some other observations I had from the game: #ReggieEvansReboundWatch: 20. He's basically a big, crazy machine at this point, gobbling up nearly any rebound possible.....Kris Humphries sat out due to an illness, and Andray Blatche took over according, leading the bench with 16 points.
The Nets remain at home but have off until Tuesday, when they make battle with the Philadelphia 76ers.
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I really do not like Brooklyn Nets’ Reggie Evans, not in the least, but after this incident it’s hard not to have some sort of positive feeling for him. During the Brooklyn Nets and Charlotte Bobcats game Saturday night, Reggie Evans got hit in the mouth, fought for the rebound, played for the next possession [...]The post Reggie Evans Gets Tooth Knocked Out; Plays Through...
Reggie Evans wins this weekend’s Toughness Award.
The Nets’ forward took a hit to the mouth in Saturday’s game against the Bobcats, lost a tooth in the process, and kept going up for the rebound. Evans continued playing until the next dead ball, when he walked off the court to have the blood cleaned up by trainers so he could keep playing.
Broadcasters Ian Eagle and Jim Spanarkel confirmed...
Brooklyn Nets forward Reggie Evans is a tough player. He’s known for his defensive ability and rebounding skills, and now the veteran is also for his knack of taking a hit. Evans had his tooth knocked out following an unintentional head but from Charlotte Bobcats guard Michael Kidd-Gilchristyesterday.Here’s a look at the even as it happened: Evans continued to play through...
The Brooklyn Nets Reggie Evans is a warrior.
He took a headbutt from the Bobcats Michael Kidd-Gilchrist in Saturday night’s victory, played out a possession and let the officials call a timeout as he disposed of his now vacant tooth.
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There are few things that can stop Brooklyn Nets forward Reggie Evans and while most of us would be stopped by a knocked out tooth, not Reggie.In the third quarter of last night's Nets game against the Charlotte Bobcats, Evans caught an elbow to the mouth from Bobcats rookie Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.After a made Charlotte basket, Evans took out the loose tooth and decided to place...
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Brooklyn Nets center Reggie Evans is known for banging around in the paint and being a good rebounder. It just so turns out that in the Nets game against the Charlotte Bobcats on Saturday night, that banging around resulted in Evans losing a tooth. More interesting is the fact that Evans ran down the court and continued to play defense despite the loss tooth. Much respect....
Reggie Evans had his tooth knocked out by Bobcats’ Michael Kidd-Glichrist during the third quarter of Saturday night’s game. Evans didn’t flinch as he placed the tooth on the scorer’s table right in front of the Nets announcers, stopped the bleeding with a towel and jumped back into the game en route to a 14 point, 20 rebound performance.
video via The Brooklyn Game
Reggie Evans took a Michael Kidd-Gilchrest headbutt last night and then he took out his tooth. He took. It. Out. And then stayed in the game.
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Reggie Evans lost his tooth during Sunday's Brooklyn Nets vs Charlotte Bobcats game.