The Pacers need more from Tyreke Evans, and vice versa

Indy Cornrows
The Pacers need more from Tyreke Evans, and vice versa
The Pacers need more from Tyreke Evans, and vice versa

Tyreke Evans is off to an uneven start with the Pacers, to say the least. In Minnesota, his attempts to haphazardly force the issue in the lane like a bird repeatedly careening itself into a window resulted in him throwing the ball here, there, and everywhere as he produced more turnovers (2) than made field goals (1). On the other end of the spectrum, he was a snake charmer against Boston, exerting full control over his bearings to oscillate effortlessly between rising above the pick for three and using herky-jerky baiting techniques and elongated, slalom-like step-thrus to hypnotize the defense. With fewer hills than valleys, however, the mean of the two extremes has been career-lows in points,

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