That was Tyreke Evans' third surgery since May and he will miss the remainder of the season.
The Advocate "Pelicans guard Tyreke Evans plans to have another surgery on his right knee and is likely to miss the remainder of the season, Yahoo Sports' The Vertical reported late Tuesday night. Evans had arthroscopic surgery on the knee in May and again in October and sat the first 17 games of the season...." February 10
Real GM Basketball "The Cleveland Cavaliers have interest in Kyle Korver, Tyreke Evans and Omer Asik ahead of the trade deadline. The Atlanta Hawks could be selling off parts of their core in an attempt to retool." February 09
The Score "New Orleans Pelicans guard Tyreke Evans will be be shut down until after the All-Star break, the team announced Saturday. Evans is currently battling knee tendinitis, an injury that's caused him to miss the Pelicans' last five contests." February 06
Sources: Pelicans are listening to trade offers for Tyreke Evans and gauging his value. He is on the books for $10.2 million next season.
Tyreke Evans will play tonight. No Quincy Pondexter.
Gentry: "Unless something bizarre happens," expecting Tyreke Evans and Norris Cole to play tomorrow.
Pelicans list Tyreke Evans as doubtful for Friday's game vs. Clippers.
Tyreke Evans listed as doubtful to play vs. Suns on Wednesday.
Tyreke Evans practiced today and Alvin Gentry said he could play Wednesday vs Suns on road
New Orleans Times-Picayune "For the first time since last month, New Orleans Pelicans guard Tyreke Evans went through a full-scaled practice with his teammates on Monday. After missing the first 13 games after undergoing knee surgery last month, there is a chance Evans could make his season debut this Wednesday against..." November 23
New Orleans Times-Picayune "New Orleans Pelicans guard Tyreke Evans said he may be a week away from returning from a right knee injury that required surgery last month. Evans was initially listed by the Pelicans to be out six to eight weeks, but he has made signficiant progress over the past several weeks. Evans said he..." November 20
That's six to eight weeks for Tyreke Evans.
The Advocate "The New Orleans Pelicans will likely be without point guard Tyreke Evans for six to eight weeks while he recovers from a right knee injury and arthroscopic surgery, coach Alvin Gentry said. “I don’t know exactly, but they told us six to eight weeks,” Gentry said before Wednesday’s preseason..." October 21
NBA.com "The New Orleans Pelicans announced today that guard Tyreke Evans underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his right knee this morning. A timetable for return will be announced at a later date. Evans, 6-6, 220, appeared in 79 regular season games for New Orleans last season, averaging 16.6..." October 20
Sporting News "Tyreke Evans has clear vision — 20/15, even — and what he sees is a Pelicans team ready to take off. After two years of unceasing injuries for him and teammates in New Orleans, the 25-year-old shooting guard was bold in his 2015-16 goal: an NBA championship. "I don't see why we can't do it,"..." September 17
Sporting News "Tyreke Evans has clear vision — 15/20, even — and what he sees is a Pelicans team ready to take off. After two years of unceasing injuries for him and teammates in New Orleans, the 25-year-old shooting guard was bold in his 2015-16 goal: an NBA championship. "I don't see why we can't do it,"..." September 16
The Bird Writes "Tyreke Evans was the most available Pelican this year for New Orleans. He played in a career high 79 games logging 2,690 minutes. That is not to say he was the most healthy Pelican, just that his injuries were minor enough (or, Evans was that damn tough) to play through the pain night in and out...." May 21
The Bird Writes "When Tyreke Evans left the game before halftime to trudge back to the locker room you could feel the hearts of New Orleans Pelicans fans sink. We did not expect the Pelicans to come out of the first round victorious but staying competitive (the Pels were not at the time) and healthy seemed to be..." April 19
.@OchsnerHealth injury update: Tyreke Evans (left ankle sprain) & Omer Asik (right calf strain) are both expected to play tonight vs. HOU.
Tyreke Evans (left ankle sprain) is OUT for tonight's game at Brooklyn.
New Orleans Times-Picayune "With a black sleeve pulled over his surgically repaired right knee, Tyreke Evans goes about his business shooting jump shots and working on his dribbling techniques and core fundamentals. But when it's time for the New Orleans Pelicans players assembled at the team's Metairie practice facility..." September 12
New Orleans Times-Picayune "New Orleans Pelicans swingman Tyreke Evans said on his Instagram account on Wednesday evening he has undergone a successful surgery. Evans posted a picture of himself in a hospital bed with the caption: "Surgery went great!! Can't wait to start my re-hab & get back on the court with my..." May 15
New Orleans Times-Picayune "New Orleans Pelicans starters, Tyreke Evans and Eric Gordon, were both ruled out from playing in Wednesday night's game against the Memphis Grizzlies because of an unspecified illness, the team announced. Both players participated in the team's shootaround on Wednesday morning. Evans had..." March 12
USA Today "Tyreke Evans was slated to start the New Orleans Pelicans’ Friday night game against the Phoenix Suns, and he made it to the U.S. Airways Center on time, but just barely. Why? He was trapped in an elevator at the team’s hotel in Phoenix. It doesn’t get much stranger than that. Just about..." March 01
New Orleans Times-Picayune "With Thursday’s trade deadline approaching, speculation persists about the New Orleans Pelicans' front office listening to offers for Eric Gordon and Tyreke Evans. But Pelicans coach Monty Williams said after Monday’s practice that he expects for both players to still be with the team after the..." February 18
NBA.com "New Orleans Pelicans sixth man Tyreke Evans’ status remains in question for the first game in the newly-named Smoothie King Center, which tips off at 8:30 p.m. Friday (ESPN, Pelicans Radio Network) vs. the Minnesota Timberwolves. Evans sustained an injury to his ribs during Monday’s game against..." February 07
NBA.com "New Orleans Pelicans sixth man Tyreke Evans, who was limited to just five minutes of playing time Monday vs. San Antonio due to a rib injury, won't play tonight against Atlanta. “We think it’s a cartilage injury,” Pelicans fourth-year coach Monty Williams said. “Somehow it may have a split in..." February 05
Pelicans also won't have Tyreke Evans tonight, they say, due to illness
New Orleans Times-Picayune "After missing two consecutive games with a sprained left ankle, New Orleans Pelicans swingman Tyreke Evans is hoping to return for this Saturday’s game against the Golden State Warriors. But in addition to his sprain, Evans is also undergoing laser stem and ultra cell treatment for a bone..." January 15
Pelicans coach Monty Williams said Tyreke Evans will sit out tonight's game against Denver because of sore left ankle.
Pelicans upgraded Tyreke Evans' injury status to day-to-day from doubtful due to his sprained left ankle.
New Orleans Times-Picayune "For the last six weeks, New Orleans Pelicans second-year guard Austin Rivers has patiently bided his time, knowing in his mind the eventuality that became reality this week would one day transpire. Pelicans swingman Tyreke Evans will be sidelined up to two weeks with a sprained left ankle, the..." December 11
The Bird Writes "The Pelicans announced today that Tyreke has a left ankle sprain, which should cause him to miss 1-2 weeks. It's good news after he crumpled awkwardly to the court going to the basket against the Thunder - it definitely looked like it could have been far, far worse. As it stands, the Pelicans..." December 10
Pelicans G/F Tyreke Evans will not play vs. Heat tonight but said he plans to play Friday at Orlando in preseason finale
Tyreke is not playing tonight but is getting closer to game action. RT @ChiefFif I'm going to game. Any word on Tyreke being available?
CBS Sports "Pelicans guard Tyreke Evans tweaked an ankle on Saturday's preseason debut and now word comes that the athletic wing will miss 1-2 weeks but luckily for New Orleans will be back for the regular season. It's good he won't miss much time but the Pelicans did need time to figure out how he fits..." October 08
New Orleans Times-Picayune "When New Orleans Pelicans coach Monty Williams puts in his backups this season he doesn't want a drastic dropoff in production that occurred frequently last season. In a push to strengthen his bench Williams plans to use swingman Tyreke Evans as a backup rather than as a starter although he's..." October 03
A Royal Pain "The loss of former Sacramento Kings guard Tyreke Evans hit many hard. Evans though quiet was a relatively loveable player. Sure at times he was frustrating but Evans was the first sign of hope for the Kings franchise in a long time. Yes the numbers from his rookie season were artificially..." September 14
New Orleans Times-Picayune "With expectations to emerge as one of the New Orleans Pelicans’ top players this upcoming season swingman Tyreke Evans is not going to wait until training camp opens next month to start building chemistry with his new teammates. He’s already getting a head start in the process taking part in..." September 01
Sacramento Bee "Tyreke Evans said it still hasn't fully set in that at the start of his fifth NBA season he will not be a King. His hope when free agency began July 1 was that he would reach an agreement to stay in Sacramento. Instead, Evans will head to New Orleans in a sign-and-trade on Wednesday, when the..." July 06
Yahoo! Sports "The New Orleans Pelicans have reached agreement on a three-way deal with Sacramento and Portland to acquire guard Tyreke Evans, league sources told Yahoo! Sports. As part of a sign-and-trade arrangement, Evans will come to the Pelicans on a four-year, $44 million contract. New Orleans will send..." July 04
Three-team deal reportedly in the works that involves Pelicans center Robin Lopez going to Portland and Greivis Vasquez heading to Kings.
Sacramento Bee "The Kings will not match the four-year, $44 million offer sheet that Tyreke Evans has agreed to sign with the New Orleans Pelicans. According to sources close to the situation, the new Kings management group instead is hoping to close Thursday on a sign-and-trade agreement involving Pelicans point..." July 04
It is possible Tyreke Evans never signs the proposed $44M offer sheet with Pelicans, sources tell Y! Sports. Still a fluid scenario.
ESPN "Former NBA Rookie of the Year Tyreke Evans is ready for a change of scenery, according to sources familiar with his thinking. Sources told ESPN.com on Wednesday that Evans, frustrated by the state of negotiations with the Sacramento Kings as a restricted free agent, is determined to leave the..." July 03
Sorry for the delay, was multitasking. Looks like Kings considering offering Iguodala a max contract. Don't expect them to match Evans.
Sacramento Bee "Tyreke Evans will meet with the Atlanta Hawks today and possibly one more team as the restricted free agent continues to field suitors. Evans already has an offer on the table from the New Orleans Pelicans for four years worth at least $44 million. The Kings met with Evans Monday evening to..." July 02
ESPN "The Sacramento Kings have made Denver Nuggets swingman Andre Iguodala their free-agent priority, according to sources familiar with Sacramento's thinking. Sources told ESPN.com the Kings, meanwhile, are leaning strongly against matching the offer sheet restricted free agent Tyreke Evans is..." July 02