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Saturday, May 8th, 2010 at 11:27 am  |  15 responses

Could Tyreke Evans, John Wall Coexist?

We’re not sure, but it’d be dope watching them try. Via the Sacramento Bee: “The Kings, coming off a 25-win season and missing the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season, know drafting the best player available – regardless of where they select – will make them better. But could Wall and Evans coexist on the floor? Calipari says yes. “They’re not the prototypical point guards, but they’re both point guards with their ability to make plays,’ Calipari said. ‘Defensively, (the Kings are) much better; offensively, (they’re) much better. You can get easy goals.’”

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  • 23=GOAT

    And add Boozer, it’d be a wrap.

  • KoolaidkiD

    Regardless of who the Kings pick in this draft. There are a number of players who the Kings could grab in the Top 5 that would immediately help that team become better, and even more fun to watch. Look out for the Tyreke (T-Legend) & the Kings to make some noise next year. They may even get another Rookie of the Year prospect.

  • http://bugshots.info LeoneL

    Definitely! 1&2 and 2$1. You can’t go wrong with Tyreke-John Wall…unless ego comes in.. I hate that guy Ego.

  • underdog

    I doubt one basketball would be enough for them.

  • http://www.hibachi20.blogspot.com BETCATS

    too bad either the Nets or Wizards are going to end up getting Wall. Evans and Wall would be quite a combonation. Not sure if it would work, but it would be cool to see.

  • http://twitter.com/PDXGayBBall dma

    dont’ forget about spencer hawes. cue laugh track

  • http://www.bulls.com Enigmatic

    It could work. Wall is pretty unselfish and Tyreke can easily slide over to the two. He’s got the height and the scorer’s mentality.

  • http://sfdjklf.com Jukai

    They might work AFTER developing… but I think developing both of them at the same time may hurt

  • blk_majic

    There both ball dominant guards who are most effective with the ball in there hands. Tyreke & Turner now that would work.

  • http://www.hibachi20.blogspot.com Hursty

    Nope, wouldn’t work.

  • http://www.nba.com/suns Dacre

    The question is – If John Wall is going to be the 2nd coming of Chris Paul and Allen Iversons love-child I’m sure he could play with Tyreke, he of the 5 assists and 5 rebounds numbers….unless your afraid that apparently Tyreke isn’t that great after all….

  • gggggggggg

    evans is not a shooting gard he is a point gard,shooting gards could nt do what he did in his rook year

  • http://www.rawxgoods.tumblr.com manueii

    They could, but the only problem with it is that Tyreke doesn’t really have a jump shot, and I’m not sure that John Wall has one either. If either gets one though, this could be a top 10 back court from DAY ONE. They’d be extremely physical and their length would bother everyone. All they’d need after that would be a legit center and wing.

  • http://www.rawxgoods.tumblr.com manueii

    I agree with @blk_majic Turner & Evans could work much better and would be a terrifying match up for opponents to face. a 6’6 point with a 6’10 wingspan and a 6’7 shooting guard? and either could play off the ball? That would be something else.

  • gggggggggggggg

    ps foor all to know hello magic johnson didnt have a jump shot either and tyrekes jumper is better

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