If Tyreke Evans were to be relocated, the most ideal fits for his specific abilities would be the Atlanta Hawks, Dallas Mavericks, San Antonio Spurs and Utah Jazz.
In the short-term, the Boston Celtics would be a solid location, as well.
The Hawks present the opportunity for Evans to push the pace with athletes and sharpshooters all around.
The presence of Kyle Korver and Anthony Morrow, alone, makes Atlanta the perfect fit for Evans' playmaking ability.
In Dallas, it would be more of the same as O.J. Mayo, Vince Carter, Dirk Nowitzki and Shawn Marion are all capable of working off of the ball. More importantly, they're all in need of a point guard that can facilitate their three-point shooting.
Evans should be at the top of Mark Cuban's list.
The San Antonio Spurs would be the most intriguing fit, as they have a long history of working with poor shooters and bringing their percentages up. Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker both saw below average three-point field goal percentages improve.
More importantly, the Spurs run a team in which every ball-handler gets their fair share of touches.
The Utah Jazz would offer Evans a fair balance of bigs to run the pick-and-roll with and shooters to kick it out to.
That includes Derrick Favors, Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap on the interior, as well as Randy Foye and Gordon Hayward along the perimeter.
In Boston, Evans could be a temporary replacement to the injured Rajon Rondo. His drive-and-dish abilities would work perfectly with spot-up shooters such as Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, Jason Terry and Courtney Lee.
Unfortunately, this is just speculation.
Until he receives a change of scenery, Evans will continue to fall short of his potential. Should the Kings make a move to improve his surroundings, however, we could see what we've all been waiting for—Evans reaching his highest point.