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Tyreke Evans 2018-2019 Season Outlook

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46 minutes ago, wisegeeks said:

Just wondering.. why is this guy not able to produce in spite of the opportunity of not having Oladipo?

Not 100% healthy

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Such highs and lows with this guy.  He had that historic rookie season, doing something only like 5 guys before him and done or something.  Then fades to irrelevance: Rudy Gay is nice but when he's overshadowing you, you're not a fantasy star.  Then he comes roaring back from nowhere last year and we expected decent production this year because of it.  But we're on the down side of the teeter tooter and might never get back up.

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1 hour ago, Pyschout said:

Such highs and lows with this guy.  He had that historic rookie season, doing something only like 5 guys before him and done or something.  Then fades to irrelevance: Rudy Gay is nice but when he's overshadowing you, you're not a fantasy star.  Then he comes roaring back from nowhere last year and we expected decent production this year because of it.  But we're on the down side of the teeter tooter and might never get back up.

He should trend up after ASB, gives him extra time to get his back together.

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LoL RIP

 

INDIANAPOLIS -- Free-agent guard Wesley Matthews has officially signed with the Indiana Pacers.

Matthews told reporters that he chose to sign the Pacers because he's been assured a starting job with the team.

"That's how I view myself, and that's how this organization views me. That's big right there," he said, according to the Indianapolis Star.

The move was first reported following Thursday's trade deadline, but the Pacers couldn't announce it until Sunday. Matthews was waived by the Knicks after a deal that sent Kristaps Porzingis to Dallas. He cleared waivers Saturday.

Terms of the deal were not announced.

Matthews, 32, will help fill the void left by All-Star guard Victor Oladipo, who will miss the rest of this season with a ruptured quad tendon in his right knee.

Pacers coach Nate McMillan confirmed that Matthews will start.

"He didn't come here to sit on the bench," McMillan told reporters, according to the Star. "That was part of it, being a starter. We felt we could bring him in as a starter."

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