Free agent of Indiana Tyreke Evans was fired and disqualified from the NBA / NBPA Narcotic Narcotics League, announced on Friday.
"NBA today announced this Tyreke Evans has been fired and disqualified from the NBA / NBPA Narcotic Narcotics Program. Under the Anti-Drug Program, Evans is entitled to apply for reimbursement after two years. The NBA, the NBA and the Players' Association are forbidden to discuss publicly about the testing or treatment of an NBA player under the Anti-Drug Program except to announce the suspension or dismissal of the League player. Read.
Players like it O.J. Mayo, Chris Andersen and Michael Ray Richardson also received a similar penalty from the league.
Evans appeared in 69 games during the regular Pacers season and an average of 10.2 points per game at 38.9% shooting.
He has been in the league since 2009, having been drawn as a whole, No. 4 from Sacramento Kings.