April 13, 2011; Sacramento, CA, USA; Sacramento Kings guard Tyreke Evans (13) passes the ball around Los Angeles Lakers forward Ron Artest (15) in the fourth quarter at the Power Balance Pavilion. The Lakers defeated the Kings 116-108 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-US PRESSWIRE

One-On-One With Tyreke Evans, A Royal Pain Wants Your Fan Questions

Later this week, thanks to the good folks at VSP Vision Care, Matt from A Royal Pain will have the opportunity to sit down with Tyreke Evans and we want your questions for the interview.

Please understand we’ll only be able to take a handful of fan queries, but we wanted to give loyal readers and followers the opportunity to pose some questions to the 2009 Rookie of the Year.

If interested, please comment below or tweet myself @ARoyalPain or Matt @247SportsZone

Again, we’ll only be able to take so many – but submit as many questions as desired.

Tags: Sacramento Kings Tyreke Evans

  • samuel32

    Question 1: “What is your offseason regiment consists of? Are you going to continue working with Keith Veney?” 
    Question 2: “What position do you expect to start at next season?”
    Question 3: “It’s reported that you are not going to receive an extension this summer, what are you going to do next season to prove your worth?”
    Question 4: “Have you met with anyone on the team in this offseason yet? Working out together?”
    Question 5: “Are you planning to work out with Westbrook & Rose again at Santa Monica?”
    Question 6: “What was the main weakness of this team last year?”
    Question 7: “Who do you like in the draft?” 
    Question 8: “How can you and your teammates defend better? (Kings gave up the most points in the L). 
    Question 9: “How do you see yourself on this Kings team? Are you willing to fulfill any role given to you?” 
    Question 10: “Last season, you let Salmons start and you came off the bench for a while. Are you willing to do that on a consistent basis (kinda like Harden with OKC)?” 

  • ARoyalPain

    Awesome questions, Sam.

  • flipray

    Question 1: “Are you working on a floater?” I ask this because Lebron and Wade have been very successful in the playoffs with this shot. 
    Question 2: “How’s the shooting drills with Keith Veney? Are you still fading on your shot or are you getting better balance?”

  • Hudson735

    Do you consider yourself a small forward or a shooting guard?
    To improve as a one-on-one defender, do you think you need to focus on technique or mentality? 
    If you were the GM for the Kings, who would you like them to draft?

  • ucfuturegl

    Do you think you are still capable of running the point guard position if it is asked of by your coach or the organization?