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Reggie Evans prevents Mario Chalmers to talk about Heat after BIG3 game, goes off on NBA

Mario Chalmers, Heat, BIG3

Ever since returning to Miami yesterday, the media can’t seem to stop asking former NBA player Mario Chalmers about his time with the Miami Heat. However, fellow ex-NBAer Reggie Evans has had enough and was no longer interested in hearing his BIG3 teammate answer questions that have nothing to do with what they were actually doing in town.

The BIG3 held some games in Miami this weekend, with Chalmer and Evans’ 3-Headed Monsters one of the teams who competed. They defeated the Enemies in their game in the AmericanAirlines Arena before Evans went on to his rant during the post-game presser.

The media seemed to have more interest in hearing Chalmer’s feel-good stories about his time with the Heat, the franchise he played for from 2009 to 2015. He actually helped Miami win back-to-back championships in 2012 and 2013.

Chalmers has made it clear that even if he’s no longer playing in the NBA, the Heat will always have a special place in his heart. He was happy to play in Miami once again because it brings a lot of good memories.

For some reason, however, Evans had to burst the bubble and talk about how the NBA doesn’t support them. It’s kind of unnecessary and a bit out of place.

Evans played in the NBA from 2002-2015. He had stints with the Seattle SuperSonics, Philadelphia 76ers, Brooklyn Nets, Denver Nuggets, Toronto Raptors, Sacramento Kings and Los Angeles Clippers. He had his time to shine, so why be bitter all of a sudden?