BOSTON — Meet Reggie Evans, the Apple device of basketball players.
Evans has attracted some deserved attention lately for his role in helping the Nets cement their place in the top of the Eastern Conference playoff standings. Since he moved into the starting lineup for good on Dec. 31, the Nets are 30-18, and his three 20-rebound games in the past two weeks have opened the eyes...
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...
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...
Brooklyn Nets forward Reggie Evans had his best game of the season on Wednesday in a win over the Portland Trailblazers, scoring 22 points and grabbing a whopping 26 rebounds. For a player who averages 4.2 points and 10.4 rebounds per game, it was a standout performance. So what got into him?
Evans says he drew motivation from a teammate who thought he should be benched.
Lebron James is living the good life.
He’s tackling fans in fits of joy and grinning at the White House.
Obviously,Reggie Evans of the Brooklyn Nets must have thought James was getting soft.
He recently took a shot at the one thing that validated James’ career as one of the best: his championship.
When James and the Heat played the Nets, James shot back during and after the...
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The Grizzlies put a hurting on the Nets on Friday night, and Reggie Evans was unhappy with one of Memphis coach Lionel Hollins' fourth-quarter decisions.
Brooklyn Nets forward Reggie Evans became the first NBA player to be fined for flopping under the new league rules. Evans will have to pay a $5,000 fine as the league assessed him with his second flopping violation of the season after he used one to draw a personal foul on Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace during Tuesday night's game at the Staples Center. Evans...
For those who had Nets forward Reggie Evans in your 'Which NBA player will get fined for flopping first?' pool, it is time to collect your winnings.
NHL fans can ***** all they want about the officials. NBA ref Marc Davis gave LA Clipper Reggie Evans a technical for high fiving Blake Griffin. Every time you check twitter or facebook, think --... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
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Reggie Evans of The Los Angeles Clippers did nothing to change the latest rumors surrounding the Clippers being a team of “floppers.” Tonight against the New Orleans Hornets, Clippers forward Reggie Evans pulled off a flop of soccer proportions which was reduced from a Flagrant Foul 2 to a personal foul on New Orleans Hornets guard Greivis Vasquez following the officials checking...