Good piece on the events that have caused Tyreke to regress or at least not improve and he offers ways in which he can and should improve. "It appears as if the onus is on Evans. He's made mistakes before, but he knows what's up … right? Turn 23, turn the whole thing around? Maybe work a give and go? Maybe make it so not every score has to come either from his right hand or off of one of his assists? Perhaps look at another 6-5 Sacto legend, in Mitch Richmond, that used footwork and touch (and, at times, a well-placed rear-wheeled bump to the defender) to pile up the points and respect? A lot would have to take place, and all of it (sadly) would end up being quite surprising. The in-house guy, Keith Smart, would have to take an outsider's tone. And Evans would have to significantly reverse things. It's a tall, though do-able, order. We'd love to see it. And Sacramento Kings fans, after seven years of nonsense, deserve as much. Tyreke Evans' potential, after just as many years between his amateur and professional turn, does as well."