Found April 10, 2013 on
Beyond The Buzzer:
Reggie Evans has been missing recently from the starting lineup announcements, choosing to continue his solo pregame ritual in the locker room. While he does his thing in the back, Andray Blatche has stepped up to assist his teammate and runs out when Evans’ name is called during intros (Video).
According to Stefan Bondy, New York Daily News:
Reggie Evans was again nowhere to be found when the starting lineups were announced, instead choosing to lie somewhere in the locker room and work out his joints on a rubber roller.
When the announcer hollered “Reggie Evans,” teammate Andray Blatche ran out. Evans greeted his fellow starters when the arena lights turn on.
“A lot of people thinks it’s me, but it’s Andray,” Evans said.
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