JD Shaw: Former NBA big man Jeremy Evans has signed with Panathinaikos in Greece. Evans, 33, was the No. 55 pick in 2010 and owns seven seasons of NBA experience.
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The Atlanta Hawks Basketball Club has signed forward Jeremy Evans to a 10-day contract, it was announced today. The team was granted an injury hardship exception by the NBA to allow for the additional roster spot.
Ian Begley: Jeremy Evans is joining the Erie Bayhawks of G-League, league sources tell ESPN. He won the NBA’s Slam Dunk contest in 2012, and has played with Jazz and Mavs.
Michael Cunningham: #ATLHawks to waive Quinn Cook, Tyler Cavanaugh and Jeremy Evans
The Atlanta Hawks Basketball Club has signed Jeremy Evans and Jordan Mathews, the team announced today. Per team policy, terms of the agreements were not disclosed. A six-year NBA veteran, Evans spent 2010-15 with the Utah Jazz, the 2015-16 season with the Dallas Mavericks and last year with Khimki (Russia). The 2012 NBA slam dunk contest champion, Evans has appeared in 249 career regular season games (nine starts), averaging 3.5 points and 2.6 rebounds in 10.5 minutes (.568 FG%). He’s also spent time with Utah and Texas in the NBA G League.
Chris Vivlamore: The Hawks have signed Jeremy Evans to training camp deal.
David Pick: Source: Ex-NBA dunk champion Jeremy Evans, and recent Nuggets forward Robbie Hummel, have signed with Khimki Moscow.
The Indiana Pacers announced Sunday they have waived 6-9 forward Jeremy Evans and 6-6 guard Julyan Stone. Evans played in two preseason games and did not score. Stone played in five games, scoring one point and averaging two rebounds per game.
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