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Thursday, August 25th, 2011 at 3:56 pm  |  10 responses

Video: Tyreke Evans @ Elite 24 Midnight Run

Kings guard is filthy.

This video should inspire the National Basketball Association and the Players Union to reach an agreement. We need basketball this season!!!

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  • http://slamonline.com LakeShow

    Kids got skills that’s for sure. Jump shot looks improved. I like his style allot. He had a bad sophmore year and all that, but he is one of the great young talents in the league. He has a chance to be a top 5 current NBA Player if he improves where he needs to.

  • Jay

    A little out of control, but he has some handles that i’ve never seen before. Knew he had a wide crossover, but this was some sick stuff.

  • BlackStar

    My man’s handles is SERIOUS!!! He’s gonna have suckas on skates when the season starts … Whenever that is.

  • http://slamonline.com The Black Rick Kamla

    someone with arms THAT long should not be able to handle the THAT quick goodness grief!!!

  • http://www.slamonline.com Slick Ric

    tyreke is a isolation player at its best and needs to learn how to be successful off-ball more.

  • mykel

    smooth J

  • marc

    looks like he changed his form. Finally

  • Jer Dawg

    In this style of hoops he’s great, but I totally agree that he’s just an iso player. In a pro style offense he should keep it simple and drive hard, couple dribbles and a clean shot, and spot up. That will keep defenders guessing where he is at all times. Having said that, I do think he’ll get it together and be a consistent 20pt 5rb 5ast player throughout career and shoot high percentage both the field and free throw. He’s going to get to Joe Johnson level. Solid all around.

  • http://slamonline.com Eldon Khorshidi

    Gimme that, Reke. Can’t wait for the Kings to bubble!

  • http://slamonline.com LakeShow

    ^^Only thing Joe Cool does better currently is shoot Jer Dawg. I got Reke over JJ next season. This kid should be allot better player than Cool ever was.

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