The Utah Jazz don’t have a whole lot to be happy about as of late. They’ve only managed one win all season thus far when they hosted the New Orleans Pelicans. There are glimpses of hope as the Jazz show signs of improvement, as well as injured players returning to true form. One of those players is Jeremy Evans, former Sprite Slam Dunk Contest champion. If you ask me...
Jeremy Evans isn’t like most people.
Not because he can jump up and touch something nearly 13 feet in the air.
Not because he makes millions of dollars to play basketball.
Not because he is a talented artist either.
The Utah Jazz forward stepped on the scales Friday morning and got excited when he saw a much bigger number than the previous time he’d hopped on to check his...
You'll watch this twice. Jazz dudes Jamal Tinsley and Jeremy Evans combine on an ally-oop dunk where both were on the three point line as the pass began. **Follow us on Twitter or Facebook.... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
There are alley-oops and then there are ALLEY-OOPS.
This connection between the Utah Jazz tandem of Jamal Tinsley and Jeremy Evans is fierce. Talk about a showstopper.
The Jazz went on to beat the Portland Trailblazers 112-102 on Monday.
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If the All-Star dunk contest was awarded based entirely off creativity, Jeremy Evans might have had a shot at the title.
The Utah Jazz power forward dunked over an easel covered with a black cloth. After the dunk was completed, Evans revealed a painting of the exact dunk he had just accomplished and signed it. Evans even painted the picture himself, according to Pro Basketball Talk...
The 2013 NBA Slam Dunk Contests lifts off on Saturday, Feb. 16, in Houston. The Jazz’s defending Slam Dunk Contest champion Jeremy Evans, Pacers’...
During Wednesday night's Jazz-Clippers preseason game at Staples Center, Jazz forward Jeremy Evans made a spectacular block, and immediately dribbled down to the other end of the floor to throw down an awesome posterizing dunk (no surprise since Evans won the Slam Dunk Contest last season). And each the block and dunk came on the Clippers' Ronny Turiaf, so... quite an embarrassing...
The Utah Jazz reportedly has agreed to terms with forward Jeremy Evans. Evans will receive a three-year, $5.5 million contract, according to the Salt Lake Tribune. NBA free agents are in the negotiating period until July 11, when they can begin signing contracts. The 6-9 Evans, who was the 55th overall draft pick in 2010, gained fame by winning the NBA slam dunk contest in...
Last month, Utah Jazz forward Jeremy Evans made a comment that he might be able to jump over a car better than current NBA Slam Dunk Champion Blake Griffin. Well, the below dunk might be his golden ticket to Orlando for the 2012 All Star Weekend Slam Dunk Contest as he jumps over Jazz teammate, Earl Watson:
Before writing this post, I didn't know who Utah Jazz forward Jeremy Evans was but apparently, he is confident in his dunking abilities.During a recent interview, a reporter asked Evans if he could jump cars better than Blake Griffin and below is his response:(Courtesy of The Basketball Jones)