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Jeremy Evans 2013-2014 Season Outlook

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A 1-1-1 guy? I don't think he even takes threes, does he? The defensive stats look pretty nice, but I just don't think he's gonna get enough minutes to be consistent. Certainly a long look for deeper leagues.

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He has great per minute production. Not sure why Utah RARELY uses him. They have less big men now, so I can see Evans getting more minutes in the foreseeable future. But like the above poster said, he's not getting enough minutes to be consistent or productive.

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Like most Jazz fans I am hoping Jeremy Evans gets the minutes to show what he can do. He's only played in four games this season due to injury but he is Yahoo 9 cat has him at 74 sorted by average stats. Obviously he won't shoot 80% and 100% for the season but he is puttin up 1.0 steals and 1.0 blocks in 17.5 minutes. Of coures the per 36 numbers are insane. If his minutes increase as they should, reguardless of their stratagy (short term they need to change something since they are the worst team in the league and long term they need to play youth) he could be a quality add. At the very least he should be on your watch list.

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7th post in! The team looks a mess so a shake-up may be due. I read a brief article that stated he was a better shooter than most thought he was, but I don't know if that says much.

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Jeremy Evans is definitely worth a look in the deeper leagues. I don't understand why his coach doesn't play him more minutes over guys like Richard Jefferson and Marvin Williams.

He'll give you a massive help in FG%. Checked his past seasons, he always shot greater than 60% from the field, but with very limited FGA (around 2 a game for the past 3 seasons). Shooting 78% so far this season in 6 games, with around 5-6 attempts. He's actually #1 in FG%V this season. Ibaka is a far second.

Might be worth an add, especially since Utah will be playing the most games in the next 3 weeks (4 games a week for the next 3 weeks like OKC and DET).

His value looks pretty much like Brandan Wright's. Great FG shooting, bad FT (but negligible since he shoots less than 1.5 a game), 9-10pts, 4-5reb, 1 stock and only 1 to. All this in only 20 minutes a game.

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I agree with all the posters above. Why isn't Jeremy Evans getting more minutes?? Why have the Jazz stashed him away for these 4 years, he's already 26 and we've barely heard of him. His per-minute numbers are off the charts. Foul rate is high too though.

Regardless, those defensive stats and FG% impact look juicy. Any Jazz fans out there to weigh in on his prospects?

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He's quietly been putting up some nice numbers lately. Anyone think he can keep it up?

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Here's a guy to plug in at the end of your line-up for you people in leagues that use FG% percentages and you'll win that category every week. A buddy of mine has been using this trick for weeks and it seems to be working.

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Here's a guy to plug in at the end of your line-up for you people in leagues that use FG% percentages and you'll win that category every week. A buddy of mine has been using this trick for weeks and it seems to be working.

just looked at this guy, decent strategy to use lol

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Here's a guy to plug in at the end of your line-up for you people in leagues that use FG% percentages and you'll win that category every week. A buddy of mine has been using this trick for weeks and it seems to be working.

I assume your buddy's team is strong on FG% to begin with. Evans isn't swinging that category on 4 FGAs a game.

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