The Sacramento Kings almost benefited from a botched substitution against the Brooklyn Nets on Monday night.
However, Cousins never checked in, leaving Sacramento with only four players back on defense. Evans eventually came back onto the court.
After Brooklyn missed a shot and Ray McCallum grabbed the rebound, McCallum found Evans with a pass behind the defense. Evans tried to go up with a two-handed dunk, but he missed the attempt.
Kings owner Vivek Ranadivé previously has pitched the idea of playing four-on-five, also known as cherry-picking, but he probably didn't want it unveiled quite this way.
The Nets won the game 107-99.