Evans Shines, But Should Nets Be Concerned With Hack-a-Reggie? by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

NEW YORK — After the Washington Wizards were battered and bruised by the Brooklyn Nets for the first 43 minutes of Friday night’s Nets victory, Wizards coach Randy Wittman employed a desperate strategy with his team trailing by 15 points.

Hack-a-Reggie.

The Wizards began intentionally fouling Evans, banking on the fact that he would miss more free-throws than he would make, giving the Wizards an opportunity to close the gap and pull off a comeback.

In the end, the experiment gave us a very touching moment between Evans and Nets fans.

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http://snynets.com/nets/reggie-evans-shines-in-big-performance/

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