Evans to miss Celtics and Cavs games
Sacramento Kings rookie guard Tyreke Evans will miss the next two games after complaining of a headache during today’s practice in Boston.
Evans sustained a concussion last Friday at home when Milwaukee Bucks forward Ersan Ilyasova hit him in the head with an elbow late in the fourth quarter.
Evans has missed three games so far and will miss tomorrow’s game against the Boston Celtics and Sunday against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Swingman Francisco García has started in Evans place for the past three games.
The Kings are 1-2 since Evans was injured, including a loss to the New Jersey Nets, the team with an NBA-worst 8-63 record.