So each eVar is its own dimension. You're looking for a report with three dimensions, so a simple table wouldn't do. In this example I've used three different dimensions: Hit Depth, Day and Hour of Day. So you'd have to break down evar8 by evar1, and break down those evar1's by evar 2.
As far as the metric goes you could use Instance of evar1 and Instance of evar 2, which would show you how many times those evars were set to those values.
It looks like that report is giving you the instances for evars 1 and 2, not their values. This table is telling you that when evar8 was set to 989, evars 1 and 2 were set 11 times, but it doesn't tell you what they were set to. Instances measures the number of times that a value was set for a variable. Documentation: Instances
To see the values of evars 1 and 2 when evar8 was 989, you would break down the evar8 dimension by the evar1 and evar2 dimensions.