Think back to when Jawun Evans sliced through the heart of the Oklahoma defense for an and-1 basket to give Oklahoma State the late lead. And then flexed.
If that isn’t ringing any obvious bells, here it is in all its glory.
About that, he did it again Friday night in the Los Angeles Clippers’ 109-100 Summer League loss against the Golden State Warriors in Vegas. Minus the flex.
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— LA Clippers (@LAClippers) July 15, 2017
Evans finished with a classy 17 points, six assists, three boards and a steal to fill the stat sheet. In the Clips’ final Summer League game, Evans bested his average in each of those stat categories.
|Evans Summer Stats||AVERAGE||FRIDAY|
Best for last, no doubt.