Nets rebounding demon Reggie Evans no longer an offensive liability

Nets forward Reggie Evans, left, is fouled while

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Nets forward Reggie Evans, left, is fouled while shooting by Portland Trail Blazers center Meyers Leonard during the first quarter. (March 27, 2013) (Credit: AP)

DENVER -- Reggie Evans has been on a roll lately, and he said there is a simple explanation.

The veteran Nets forward said he overheard a teammate complain to coach P.J. Carlesimo during a recent game and request that Evans be taken out because of his deficiencies as an offensive player. Evans declined to identify the teammate.

"I got frustrated when one of my teammates went to my...

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