The Celtics employ consultant Dr. Jon Niednagel, known as "The Brain Doctor," to help determine a player’s cerebral toughness. Last year at the combine, he said Tyreke Evans would win Rookie of the Year.
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Some are concerned that Martin’s return might hamper Evan’s scoring or wreck the offensive success Sacramento has enjoyed – but considering that some of Martin’s best years were as a second or even third option (behind guys like Mike Bibby and Ron Artest), it is completely conceivable to think that Martin could come back as a designated second scorer. Selfish has never been a part of Martin’s vocabulary.
"I don't know what it was, but in high school I was a great shooter," Evans said. "I was one of the best three-point shooters on my team. I went to Memphis and my coach (John Calipari) wanted me to drive the ball all the time and I kind of forgot about my jump shot. I have to work on it again, but it's getting better, though."