Found February 27, 2013 on Backyard Sports Blog:
Wisconsin's Ryan Evans is the starting forward, and he's having some free throw problems.  The past two seasons he's shot over 70% from the charity stripe, but has dropped to 41% this season. Pathetic to say the least. Unable to emerge from a season-long slump at the free throw line, Evans has moved to the jump shot free throw.  I can honestly say that I've never seen this done before.  Not even by the likes of Dwight Howard or Shaq.  Two of the worst free throw shooters in NBA history. The senior unveiled his new shot last night in his teams 77-46 rout of Nebraska in which he went 2-2 from the line.  Let's see if this thing will hold up, because let me tell you, it is hilarious.  Check out the video below. Check out our Home Page for more stories and follow us on Twitter and Facebook
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