Found January 10, 2013 on Beyond The Buzzer:
PLAYERS: Tyreke Evans
Tyreke Evans counts the number of guards on the Kings roster. He hears the persistent trade rumors. He remembers that his bosses refused to extend his contract last fall. He also is miffed that the organization failed to arrange for a second opinion on his sore left knee, leaving his brothers and his agent to schedule a visit with Lakers orthopedist Dr. Steve Lombardo. Without issuing any trade demands – that’s not his style – Evans said he would be neither shocked nor devastated if he were sent elsewhere before the Feb. 21 deadline. “The Kings need to do whatever they can to help the team win,” said Evans, who played Monday after missing 11 games with soreness in his left knee. via Sacramento Bee 

Report links Lakers to Tyreke Evans

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