NBA Rumors: Sacramento Kings Must Not Give Up on Tyreke Evans
Tyreke Evans has regressed in every season since his 2009-10 Rookie of the Year campaign. That does not mean his career as an NBA player is over and it certainly isn’t worth giving up on the former No. 4 overall pick.
Unless the brass is absolutely wowed with a ridiculous deal, they should hang on to Tyreke, as he still has superstar potential.
Over the past three seasons, Tyreke has gone from being a Rookie of the Year-winning point guard to a struggling small forward on a terrible team that can’t seem to get their act together. They have had little veteran presence and have had two coaches in that time period.
Should the Kings Trade Tyreke?
There is still a chance for the troubled player to return to form and continue the development that looked so promising just two years ago. Tyreke has a year left on his contract and should be playing his absolute hardest to earn a new deal.
He’s got to convince interim coach Keith Smart (or whoever is leading the franchise next season) that he is a point guard or shooting guard and get away from playing small forward. It’s clear that it's not a natural position for him.
If Tyreke can become more comfortable with his role in the offense, get healthy and remain injury-free, there is no limit to what he can do. He’s an extremely versatile player that already proved he could play at a high level in the NBA.
It’s just not the time to give up on Evans, barring a ridiculous offer that is highly unlikely to come Sacramento's way.
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