Jeremy Evans sprained his left ankle during practice Friday, so the seldom-used substitute’s availability is questionable for Saturday night’s game against the Los Angeles Clippers. Coming off his most productive season in the NBA, the fifth-year Utah Jazz forward hasn’t been a part of new coach Quin Snyder’s rotation, even dating back to the preseason. Evans has only seen 13 minutes of action across five games. Last year, the former Slam Dunk champ played in 66 contests for the Jazz, averaging career highs in minutes (18.3), points (6.1) and rebounds (4.7).