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6 Maurice Evans SF
Height/Weight: 6-5/220 | Birthdate: 11/8/1978 | Birthplace: Wichita, KS | Team: | College: Texas | NBA Experience: 9 | Salary: /images/players/unknown-player-170x170.png | Owned/Started%: 0/0 | Average Draft Position: 41.00

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Evans drops season high on Bucks


(2/29/2012) Wizards guard Maurice Evans turned in his best game of the season during Tuesday night's contest against the Bucks. Evans finished with a season-high 15 points in the 119-118 victory, on 6 of 7 shooting from the field. He went 3 of 4 from downtown and also added three rebounds and two rebounds to his stat line, while logging 20 minutes off the bench.

Evans gets some rare court time


(2/6/2012) Wizards G Maurice Evans logged a season-high 15 minutes off the bench during Monday night's 111-108 overtime win over the Raptors. Evans finished with three points in the victory, on 1 of 4 shooting from the field. He missed all three of his shots from behind the arc, but was able to add a steal to his stat line.

Evans back for Wizards


(1/16/2012) Washington guard Maurice Evans has returned from a knee issue that has kept him out for most of the season. Evans saw some run on Monday against the Rockets. He's not a major part of the Wizards rotation.

Knee still ailing Evans


(12/30/2011) Wizards G Maurice Evans will have an MRI on his sore right knee when the team returns home from Milwaukee, according to the Washington Post. Evans has been unable to practice this past week after experiencing pain in his surgically repaired knee. “I got to see why my knee is swollen, and we can go from there, so I can be effective out there,” Evans told the newspaper.

Evans returns to Washington


(12/16/2011) Free agent G Maurice Evans, a union vice president during the NBA lockout, has re-signed with the Washington Wizards. The Wizards announced the one-year contract with Evans during halftime of their exhibition opener against the Philadelphia 76ers on Friday night.

Evans could see bump in time


(3/28/2011) Washington guard Maurice Evans amassed season highs in points (23) and rebounds (eight) in the Wizards' 1114-104 loss to Golden State on Sunday. Evans connected on 8 of 15 attempts from the field for the second game in a row, including 2 of 4 from 3-point range, to post his first 20-point game of the season. He also drained 5 of 6 shots from the free-throw line to snap an impressive stretch of 12 consecutive shots made from the charity stripe. Evans added a block while playing a season-high 36 minutes.

Evans growing into role


(3/22/2011) Wizards guard Maurice Evans seems to getting more comfortable with his role coming off the bench. Evans, who was acquired at the trade deadline from Atlanta, has scored 15 points in each of his last two games, including seven in the fourth quarter in Sunday's win over the Nets. He has accounted for 30 of the 32 Wizards' bench points over the past two contests and is shooting 61 percent from the field over that stretch. “Mo Evans has given us some great minutes these last few games,” coach Flip Saunders said.

Evans remains a starter


(3/8/2011) Wizards guard Maurice Evans notched 11 points while logging 33 minutes in Tuesday's 95-76 loss to the Bucks. Evans finished 5 of 11 shooting from the field and grabbed three rebounds to go along with a pair of assists in the defeat. Evans is averaging 8.2 points and 1.0 rebound over his last five contests.

Evans T'd up in debut


(2/26/2011) Guard Maurice Evans made his debut with the Wizards in Friday's loss to the Heat, and he did plenty in limited action. Playing just 14 minutes on the night, Evans scored seven points, including sinking a corner 3-pointer for his first basket with his new club. He shot 3 of 6 from the floor and added two rebounds in the loss. Evans even received a technical foul for arguing a call he didn't receive.

Evans cleared to play


(2/25/2011) The Washington Post reports that the trade with Atlanta went through officially Friday, which means that new Washington players Mike Bibby, Maurice Evans and Jordan Crawford are cleared to play in Friday's game at Miami.

Evans could make Wizards debut Friday


(2/25/2011) The official team website for the Wizards reports Friday that new Washington players Mike Bibby, Maurice Evans and Jordan Crawford, who were traded from Atlanta in the deal for Kirk Hinrich and Hilton Armstrong, are with the team heading to shootaround but can't participate because their paperwork with the NBA following the trade has yet to be finalized. The Wizards play at Miami on Friday night, which will be the debut for the three new Washington players. There is speculation Bibby might see a buyout following the trade, which could still happen, but it appears like he will play against the Heat.

Mr. Evans goes to Washington


(2/23/2011) The Atlanta Hawks dealt point guard Mike Bibby on Wednesday to the Washington Wizards. Bibby, Maurice Evans, Jordan Crawford and a first-round draft pick were traded to the Wizards for point guard Kirk Hinrich and center Hilton Armstrong.

Evans can't buy time


(2/18/2011) Atlanta guard Maurice Evans has dealt with knee issues all season for the Hawks. It hasn't kept him out of too many outings as he's played in 46 games so far. Unfortunately he sees sporadic minutes, which then limits his production. He is getting around 17 minutes a game for the Hawks, and only averaging 4.4 points per game on the year. While his knees seem to be holding up, those minutes are just hard to come by on a deep Atlanta team.

Evans contributes in spot start


(2/3/2011) Hawks guard Maurice Evans started his second straight game on Wednesday as Marvin Williams served the second of a two-game suspension for fighting. He scored 12 points on a 5-for-7 shooting performance, as he caught fire in the third quarter. Evans connected on 2 of his 3 shots from downtown in the game. He added one assist, one rebound and a steal in his 26 minutes of action. Atlanta would go on to beat the Raptors, 100-87.

Evans takes over in overtime


(1/18/2011) The Atlanta Hawks can credit guard Maurice Evans for a big part of Tuesday's overtime win over the Heat in Miami. Evans started the overtime period on fire as he scored the first five Atlanta points in the extra frame. Evans finished the game 4 for 9 from the field, including 1 for 5 from long range, to score 11 points. He played 30 minutes and added five rebounds, one assist and one steal.

M. Evans picks up a start


(1/8/2011) With Marvin Williams out of action, the Hawks are starting G/F Maurice Evans on Saturday against Indiana, reports the team's personal relations staff. Evans is starting at small forward. Evans played 22 minutes off the bench against Utah in his last game and scored 13 points with three rebounds and three 3-pointers.

Evans limited by knee


(12/16/2010) Atlanta guard Maurice Evans has been dealing with a sore knee all season and coach Larry Drew has said he'll use Damien Wilkins to buy Evans some time to get 100 percent. Evans played just nine minutes against Boston on Thursday. He missed both of his shots from the field and grabbed just one rebound. The Hawks would fall to the Celtics, 102-90.

Evans deals with sore knee


(12/15/2010) The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Hawks G Maurice Evans did not participate in Wednesday's light morning workout prior to traveling to Boston for Thursday's game against the Celtics. Head coach Larry Drew said on Tuesday that he could be forced to restrict him going forward. "There is a high probability as the season wears on he may not play on back-to-back nights," Drew said. "From what I am told, that may be a little bit too much on his knee. Now that Damien [Wilkins] is here I am able to buy Mo a little time with his minutes. I certainly don't want to do anything that will be a setback."

Evans could be restricted


(12/15/2010) The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Maurice Evans is still favoring his surgically repaired right knee. Head coach Larry Drew said that he could be forced to restrict him going forward. "There is a high probability as the season wears on he may not play on back-to-back nights," Drew said. "From what I am told, that may be a little bit too much on his knee. Now that Damien [Wilkins] is here I am able to buy Mo a little time with his minutes. I certainly don't want to do anything that will be a setback."

Evans comes off bench in Orlando


(12/6/2010) Atlanta G/F Maurice Evans came off the bench on Monday against Orlando as the Hawks went with a big lineup against Dwight Howard and the Magic. Coach Larry Drew started Jason Collins with Evans coming off the pine. Evans played just 11 minutes in the game and shot 0 for 3 from the field. He failed to score and added just one rebound.

Evans an unproductive starter


(12/1/2010) The Hawks announced Wednesday night that G Joe Johnson could miss as much as 4-6 weeks of action after an MRI revealed a need for arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow. In his absence, Maurice Evans got the start on Wednesday night against Memphis. He finished with nine points in 21 minutes on the floor, adding just two assists and a rebound.

Evans becomes a starter


(12/1/2010) The Hawks announced Wednesday night that G Joe Johnson could miss as much as 4-6 weeks of action after an MRI revealed a need for arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow. In his absence, Maurice Evans got the start on Wednesday night against Memphis.

Evans quiet off bench


(11/20/2010) Atlanta guard Maurice Evans logged 17 minutes on Saturday, despite missing practice on Friday. He missed eight of the first nine games of the season with soreness in his surgically repaired knee. He missed all three of his field-goal attempts and grabbed three rebounds for the Hawks. Evans would add two assists in Atlanta's 93-98 loss to Dallas.

Evans rests knee in practice


(11/19/2010) Hawks SG Maurice Evans, who missed eight of the first nine games with soreness in his surgically repaired knee, sat out practice Friday to rest the same knee, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He's still expected to play Saturday against the Mavericks, though.

Evans takes court for Hawks


(11/12/2010) For the first time since opening night, Atlanta guard Maurice Evans took the floor for the Hawks. He played just 12 minutes, but missed time because of soreness in his surgically repaired right knee. He shot 1 for 4 from the field, missing both his 3-pointers and his lone foul shot. He finished with two points, one block and three boards.