It's Hack-A-Reggie Time

With the Spurs over the limit, they're now likely going to foul Reggie Evans or DeAndre Jordan every time down the court off the ball if they remain in the game. They can do this until until the two minute mark, when this will begin resulting in two shots and the ball.

Immediately after entering the bonus, the Spurs fouled Evans, who bricked both free throws, then proceeded to get Danny Green an open three in the corner to tie the game at 92.

Can't blame the Spurs - it gives the Clippers a tough decision whether to keep their best defender and rebounder in the game or take their chances on Evans' free throw shooting. He's a 52 percent shooter on his career - not really bad, considering that ends up in a point per possession - but he's looked awful. He shot 3-for-10 last game and didn't look comfortable at all on that trip to the line.

He's now back out of the game.

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