Guard Tyreke Evans is a promising talent, but he does play for a struggling team. People tend not to watch teams that are constantly below .500. So how's he supposed to show off moves like these if there's not enough people watching? Well, what about starting fresh with a new team?

ESPN is reporting that Evans is trying to leave Sacramento to sign with the New Orleans Pelicans. He's actually planning on signing a four-year, $44 million contract with the Pelicans as soon he's allowed to (July 10). Sacramento is pursuing free agent Andre Iguodala as a top priority and didn't even make an offer to Evans, making him feel disrespected. 

Evans was selected fourth overall by the Kings and was 2010's Rookie of the Year.

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[via ESPN]