Tyreke Evans (hamstring) hasn't practiced with team. But he is putting in work with assistant Fred Vinson more than 30 minutes after prax.
I'm watching Pels swingman Tyreke Evans work on his refined shooting stroke & he's made at least 7 of 10 3s from each spot. Not bad.
Left is Tyreke Evans' 2013-14 shot chart. Right is Eric Gordon's. And the middle is where neither shoots very well. http://t.co/BlT37lGTGD
Ryno says teams can't switch on his pick and rolls with Tyreke.
Jrue Holiday says he doesn't mind playing off the ball when paired with Tyreke Evans or when a three- guard lineup is used.
Jrue says that sometimes defenders force players into something, but Tyreke does what he wants.
Tyreke Evans said it is frustrating to be injured (hamstring) but it is part of basketball.
Tyreke says the team's biggest issue isn't sharing the ball, but defense
Pelicans swingman Tyreke Evans said he expects to be back from hamstring injury by season opener, if not sooner.
Tyreke expects to be back for the season opener.
Tyreke said it is tough to come off the bench. But says he found a way to adjust.
AD says having Tyreke drive to the rim helps open up 3s for teammates.
Monty says Tyreke is not a small forward but that doesn't mean he won't ever get time there.
Dell says Tyreke was probably here working out at the facility more than any other pelican player.
But for real: the Pelicans have Tyreke, Jimmer and Salmons. God bless you, Dell Demps.
Pelicans announced Tyreke Evans will be out 3-5 weeks with a strained hamstring suffered in a pickup game last week.
September 27, 2014 The Pelicans announced that guard Tyreke Evans is expected to miss 3-5 weeks with a strained right hamstring.
Pelicans announced that guard Tyreke Evans is out 3-5 weeks with a strained right hamstring. Opportunity for Jimmer Fredette to step in.
Pelicans guard Tyreke Evans will miss 3-5 weeks with a hamstring injury, team says. NO hopeful Evans will be ready for the season opener.
$53 million of the New Orleans Pelicans $66 million payroll is tied up in Eric Gordon, Tyreke Evans, Holiday, Ryan Anderson and Omer Asik