Tyreke Evans Trade Rumors: Sacramento Kings Guard Works Out With Geoff Petrie

The Sacramento Kings might be entertaining trade offers for Tyreke Evans. Evans has continued to produce since blowing up in his rookie season, but he hasn't shown much improvement or evolution in his game and there's danger that his game has peaked. That might mean his value won't get much better on the trading market, which would mean the Kings should look to make deals.

The Kings could also lean toward keeping him and see what he'd do at full health.

That is encouraging news for those who hope that Evans returns next season. If Sacramento is looking closely at the way Evans is playing and they like what they see, there's a good chance that the Kings could keep him. This is the 2009-10 Rookie of the Year after all.

It should be noted that Evans has struggled with foot problems in recent years, which might have limited his offensive mobility and effectiveness, while also causing him defensive issues. So maybe the Kings

Talk about whether the Kings should move Evans over at Sactown Royalty. '

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