Kings’ Tyreke Evans added to Team USA pool

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By Scott Levin
Sports Informant Contributing Writer

It is unknown yet whether Tyreke Evans’ first season in the NBA was good enough to earn him Rookie of the Year honors. However, it is clear that his accomplishments did not go unnoticed.

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Evans pushes toward NBA history, Rookie of the Year award

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By Scott Levin
Sports Informant Contributing Writer

Phenom. Star in the making. The future.

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Evans’ return can’t spark Kings to victory

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By Scott Levin
Sports Informant Contributing Writer

It seemed like everything was clicking. Tyreke Evans and Jon Brockman were back, and the Sacramento Kings came out of the gate with high energy and fluid offense. Beno Udrih and Carl Landry made steady contributions as well, and Sacramento sprinted to a 15-point lead. But the Kings came out flat in the second half. They scored just four points in the first 8:30 of the third quarter and watched the Indiana Pacers jump to a 102-95 victory.

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Kings lose to possible worst team in NBA history

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By Scott Levin
Sports Informant Contributing Writer

A meager 35.8 percent field goals, 72.7 percent free throws, 15 turnovers. What else needs to be known? Stats like those will not beat even the worst of teams, as evidenced by the Sacramento Kings’ ugly loss Wednesday to the New Jersey Nets, 93-79. The Kings never showed any semblance of a productive offense, with terrible shooting compounded by sloppy ball control. The Nets improved to 8-63 in their quest to avoid being the worst team in NBA history.

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Kings sell out Arco, but can’t beat Lakers

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By Scott Levin
Sports Informant Contributing Writer

The Kings hung around Tuesday night with the defending champs. But because of some poor shooting, they were unable to make any runs, falling to the Lakers, 106-99. Sacramento shot just 42.9 percent from the field and compounded that by making just 71.4 percent from the free throw line. They kept the deficit around 10 for much of the second half but couldn’t close in on Los Angeles, which got 79 points from Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum.

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