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NBA crossover king won't be traded now

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New Orleans Pelicans Tyreke Evans is the NBA crossover king, or at least that's what it looks like in the new video from the ballislife team. 

In the new mixtape above that was posted on YouTube today, Evans shows his insanely awesome crossover skills for all to see, and maybe they might have saved him from being traded before Thursday. 

Evans was the rookie of the year in 2010 when he played for the Sacramento Kings, before he was traded July 10, 2013 to the New Orleans Pelicans in a three-team deal, with Robin Lopez going to the Portland Trail Blazers and Greivis Vásquez to the Kings.

It looked likely that Evans would be traded again before this years NBA trade deadline, which is on February 20th. 

However, that does not seem likely, with neither Pelicans player Eric Gordon or the crossover king going anywhere.

Pelicans coach Monty Williams said after Monday’s practice that he expects for both players to stay, “As far as I know, those guys are going to be here.”

 

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