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January 11, 2012 | By Broderick Turner
He has played in only two games so far, but Reggie Evans already has had an effect on the Clippers. They have seen his energy, effort and intensity. They have seen how hard he works on defense and rebounding, two areas in which the Clippers would like to improve. Evans is averaging 6.5 rebounds a game in 17.5 minutes, and he's still trying to work himself into basketball shape after missing five games recovering from a sprained right foot. "Reggie is constant energy," Clippers Coach Vinny Del Negro said before Wednesday's game against Miami.
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November 22, 2012
— Metta World Peace loved to hear that Reggie Evans was fined $5,000 for flopping. "Yes!" he said when informed by a reporter. He wasn't so happy to learn that Brooklyn forward Gerald Wallace wasn't fined by the NBA. Both players committed questionable flops when World Peace had the ball in the Lakers' 95-90 victory Tuesday over Brooklyn. "Did you see those two flops from Gerald Wallace? C'mon now. That's ridiculous," World Peace said Wednesday. "In one possession, he flopped twice and just fell.
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February 10, 2012 | By Broderick Turner
Reporting from Philadelphia — They are a special duo in their own right. Reggie Evans and Kenyon Martin did all the little things that helped the Clippers defeat the Philadelphia 76ers, 78-77, Friday night. Evans had 10 rebounds, half of them offensive. He didn't score, but he played with energy and hustled throughout his 19 minutes. Martin had seven rebounds, one blocked shot and three points, and he played good defense at power forward and when he was switched over to small forward.
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May 9, 2012 | By Broderick Turner
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — When Reggie Evans and Kenyon Martin come off the bench against the Memphis Grizzlies, the tone for the Clippers seems to change for the better. Evans and Martin play a more physical style of defense than the Clippers' starting frontcourt players, DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin . "Reggie and Kenyon have experience, and they are physical guys," Clippers Coach Vinny Del Negro said. "They feed off each other very well. They talk on defense.
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April 30, 2012 | By Baxter Holmes
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Clippers huddled during their fourth-quarter timeout Sunday and exchanged blank stares. The clock indicated that 8 minutes 54 seconds remained in the game and they trailed the Memphis Grizzlies on the road by 24 points. There wasn't much to say. A thick-bearded man who is 6 feet 8 and 245-pounds of muscle and often-crazed determination spoke up. "C'mon, man, we're not quitting," Reggie Evans said. That message, however foolhardy, seemed to stick.
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April 30, 2012 | By Broderick Turner
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Reggie Evans "changed the game," Chris Paul said Sunday night after the Clippers' improbable, come-from-27-points-behind victory over Memphis. It was the Clippers' bench, with Evans, Nick Young, Eric Bledsoe and Kenyon Martin "stepping up," Paul said at practice Monday about the Clippers' victory over the Grizzlies in Game 1 of the Western Conference first-round playoff series. "The bench was amazing," Paul said about his teammates who did a lot of the heavy lifting in the victory that gave the Clippers the confidence they seemed to be lacking early in the contest.
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December 12, 2005
'I've been clean since I've been in the league, I've been clean since I've been in college, I've been clean since I've been in high school, middle school, elementary school. I'm just cleaner than clean. I'm cleaner than Pine-Sol.' Reggie Evans, Seattle SuperSonic forward, on his drug test
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January 10, 2005 | From Associated Press
Seattle SuperSonic starting forward Reggie Evans was hospitalized Sunday because of a stomach disorder, causing him to miss a game against the visiting Miami Heat. Coach Nate McMillan had planned to start Evans against the Heat after he practiced Saturday. Evans sat out the final two games of the SuperSonics' just-completed trip because of his stomach problem, which has been diagnosed as gastroenteritis. The SuperSonics don't know when Evans will return.
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May 2, 2006 | Jason Reid, Times Staff Writer
Denver Nugget forward Reggie Evans was fined $10,000 and retroactively assessed a flagrant foul Monday stemming from an incident with Clipper center Chris Kaman in Game 4. Stu Jackson, NBA senior vice president, announced his ruling after the league investigated the events that preceded Kaman's being assessed a flagrant foul for shoving Evans during Saturday's 100-86 Clipper victory at Pepsi Center.
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March 26, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Chris Wilcox has begun to put up huge numbers in Seattle, though Reggie Evans was never quite sure why the SuperSonics needed another power forward in the first place. In what seems like a case of both players benefiting from a change of scenery, Wilcox and Evans have been providing sparks for their new teams. Wilcox went to Seattle from the Clippers in a trade for Vladimir Radmanovic in the middle of February.
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May 4, 2012 | By Broderick Turner
If the Clippers were "punked around" in Game 2 by Memphis, as forward Reggie Evans said after practice Friday, then the fact that Los Angeles hasn't ruled out the idea of having a player nicknamed "Tuff Juice" return could only help the team stand its ground. Yes, Caron Butler still has a broken left hand that he suffered in Game 1 of the Western Conference playoff series against the Grizzlies that sidelined him for Game 2 on Wednesday night. But, no, Clippers Coach Vinny Del Negro said, it's not a definite that Butler won't play in Game 3 on Saturday at Staples Center in a best-of-seven series that's tied at 1-1. The diagnosis Butler was given was that the small forward would be out four to six weeks recovering from the injury, putting his return in late May at the earliest.
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April 30, 2012 | By Baxter Holmes
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Clippers huddled during their fourth-quarter timeout Sunday and exchanged blank stares. The clock indicated that 8 minutes 54 seconds remained in the game and they trailed the Memphis Grizzlies on the road by 24 points. There wasn't much to say. A thick-bearded man who is 6 feet 8 and 245-pounds of muscle and often-crazed determination spoke up. "C'mon, man, we're not quitting," Reggie Evans said. That message, however foolhardy, seemed to stick.
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April 30, 2012 | By Broderick Turner
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Reggie Evans "changed the game," Chris Paul said Sunday night after the Clippers' improbable, come-from-27-points-behind victory over Memphis. It was the Clippers' bench, with Evans, Nick Young, Eric Bledsoe and Kenyon Martin "stepping up," Paul said at practice Monday about the Clippers' victory over the Grizzlies in Game 1 of the Western Conference first-round playoff series. "The bench was amazing," Paul said about his teammates who did a lot of the heavy lifting in the victory that gave the Clippers the confidence they seemed to be lacking early in the contest.
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March 31, 2012 | By Broderick Turner
There have been times when Clippers Coach Vinny Del Negro has played five of his reserves on the court together. Recently, it hasn't worked out too well. So Del Negro said he has considered changing his approach and perhaps leaving at least one of his starters on the court with the second unit. The idea of having either Chris Paul or Blake Griffin on the court with the reserves is something Del Negro said he thinks could help the quality of play with his reserves.
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February 28, 2012 | By Melissa Rohlin
Even though the Clippers fly on a private jet, the players remain anxious throughout their flights. When Caron Butler dozes off, he plants one of his long legs in the aisle as a booby trap to alert him if anyone is approaching. Blake Griffin sleeps with a blanket tied around his head. "I don't know how he [is] breathing under there," Reggie Evans said. What do the players fear? Clippers center DeAndre Jordan. Jordan co-founded a movement he calls "got 'em," in which he patrols the team plane searching for a teammate who has fallen asleep.
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February 10, 2012 | By Broderick Turner
Reporting from Philadelphia — They are a special duo in their own right. Reggie Evans and Kenyon Martin did all the little things that helped the Clippers defeat the Philadelphia 76ers, 78-77, Friday night. Evans had 10 rebounds, half of them offensive. He didn't score, but he played with energy and hustled throughout his 19 minutes. Martin had seven rebounds, one blocked shot and three points, and he played good defense at power forward and when he was switched over to small forward.
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March 31, 2012 | By Broderick Turner
There have been times when Clippers Coach Vinny Del Negro has played five of his reserves on the court together. Recently, it hasn't worked out too well. So Del Negro said he has considered changing his approach and perhaps leaving at least one of his starters on the court with the second unit. The idea of having either Chris Paul or Blake Griffin on the court with the reserves is something Del Negro said he thinks could help the quality of play with his reserves.
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February 28, 2012 | By Melissa Rohlin
Even though the Clippers fly on a private jet, the players remain anxious throughout their flights. When Caron Butler dozes off, he plants one of his long legs in the aisle as a booby trap to alert him if anyone is approaching. Blake Griffin sleeps with a blanket tied around his head. "I don't know how he [is] breathing under there," Reggie Evans said. What do the players fear? Clippers center DeAndre Jordan. Jordan co-founded a movement he calls "got 'em," in which he patrols the team plane searching for a teammate who has fallen asleep.
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January 11, 2012 | By Broderick Turner
He has played in only two games so far, but Reggie Evans already has had an effect on the Clippers. They have seen his energy, effort and intensity. They have seen how hard he works on defense and rebounding, two areas in which the Clippers would like to improve. Evans is averaging 6.5 rebounds a game in 17.5 minutes, and he's still trying to work himself into basketball shape after missing five games recovering from a sprained right foot. "Reggie is constant energy," Clippers Coach Vinny Del Negro said before Wednesday's game against Miami.
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January 1, 2012 | By Broderick Turner
If it were up to Reggie Evans , he would play right now. But it's not up to Evans, and he knows he has to listen to the Clippers' training staff that has told the backup center-power forward that his sprained right foot hasn't healed enough for him to play. Evans said he participated in some on-court work with the Clippers at Saturday's practice and hopes to do more this week. "If it was up to me, the way my mind is right now, I'd start doing so more stuff right now on the court," he said.
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