In what is one of the most underrated moves of the wild 2018 NBA offseason, the Indiana Pacers signed guard Tyreke Evans to a reasonable one year contract worth $12 million dollars, giving them a versatile veteran presence in the backcourt. Tyreke Evans will likely come off the bench in Indiana, where the 28-year-old will likely be a candidate to win Sixth Man Of The Year, due to his ability to fill up the stat sheet in a reserve role. Evans averaged 16.5 points, 5.1 assists and 4.8 rebounds per game for the Grizzlies last season, and while he could play alongside Pacers superstar Victor Oladipo, the Pacers offense really struggled while Oladipo was off the floor last season and now in those situations they can run the offense through Tyreke Evans. While I did not love the Pacers other big free agent signing this offseason, bringing in Doug McDermott on a three year deal, I absolutely love the signing of Tyreke Evans who will prevent the offense from going stale when Oladipo is off the floor. And if the Tyreke singing doesn’t work, it’s not a big risk for the Pacers, it’s only a one year deal.