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Jacob Evans
Position: G
Born: 06/18/97
Height: 6-4 / 1.93
Weight:210 lbs. / 95.3 kg.
Salary: $1,925,880
Jacob Evans, who was selected with the 28th overall pick a year ago, played in only 30 games as a rookie, and a total of 18 minutes in the Warriors’ postseason run. And while they don’t expect him to immediately step in this season and replace the production of the since departed backup point guard Livingston, they do believe he can eventually develop in that kind of role. “Before, we wouldn’t put a player into a new role, like a Jacob Evans,” Lacob said. “Maybe he becomes a point guard, maybe he doesn’t, but the ability to go every single day and work on that and then [have] the freedom to try that in a game gives you a chance to grow.”
Anthony Slater: Full Warriors youth movement. Only one guy over 30, seven of their current 11 under 25. Steph Curry 31 Draymond Green 29 Klay Thompson 28 Alfonzo McKinnie 26 Damian Jones 24 D’Angelo Russell 23 Kevon Looney 23 Jacob Evans 22 Eric Paschall 22 Jordan Poole 20 Alen Smailagic 18
The Warriors did not re-sign Nick Young. Instead, they went after Tyreke Evans, offering him their mid-level exception, which he turned down to sign with Indiana. But first, they drafted a backup for Thompson. Jacob Evans, a 6-6 shooting guard out of Cincinnati, was selected 28th overall because of the expectation he could step right in. Over the last nine months: they missed out on Tyreke Evans, Jacob Evans has spent more time in the G League and McCaw feuded with the organization until he departed. This is rock bottom for the role.
In the email, Dawkins advised his partners that he had deals in place with three players who had recently turned pro — Clemson’s Jaron Blossomgame, Creighton’s Justin Patton and Xavier’s Edmond Sumner. Dawkins also listed 19 “prospective players” who were either in college or high school. Among them were Alabama’s Collin Sexton, Mississippi State’s Lamar Peters, Oregon’s Troy Brown Jr., Arizona’s Rawle Alkins, Cincinnati’s Jacob Evans, Louisville’s Ray Spalding and V.J. King, Miami’s Dewan Huell (now Hernandez), LSU’s Brandon Sampson, USC’s De’Anthony Melton, Xavier’s Trevon Bluiett and Kentucky’s Jarred Vanderbilt.
2 years ago via ESPN
Storyline: NCAA Scandal