Midway through the fourth quarter of the Nets' night's 101-77 loss to the Grizzlies Friday night, Reggie Evans finally had enough.

It was bad enough the Nets had been manhandled by the Grizzlies, and that Memphis still had starters Mike Conley, Rudy Gay and Zach Randolph on the floor while the Nets had emptied their bench.

But when Memphis coach Lionel Hollins opted to send starting center Marc Gasol back into the game with the Grizzlies holding a 20-point lead with less than four minutes left, Evans couldn't take it any more. He rose up off the bench and yelled over to Gasol several times while Gasol stood at the scorer's table waiting to check in.

"That was the point where I was like, 'Wow' ... I was real shocked to see him come back in," Evans said. "I guess it is what it is."