Anderson recorded two points (1-4 FG, 0-1 3Pt), three assists, two rebounds, and one block in 18 minutes during the Kings' 112-97 loss to the Trail Blazers on Tuesday. Anderson has appeared in four of the last five contests. However, given that he is averaging merely 10 minutes per night this season, there's no real reason to bank on him in fantasy.
Anderson (hamstring) didn't play in Wednesday's 109-97 loss to the Pelicans. The official game box score lists Anderson as not playing due to a coach's decision, so we'll assume he's healthy now after he entered the contest listed as probable to play with the hamstring issue. With the Kings at full strength in the backcourt at the moment, it may be difficult for Anderson to find regular time in the rotation.
Anderson (hamstring) is probable for Wednesday's game against the Pelicans, James Ham of CSN Bay Area reports. Anderson is nursing a left hamstring strain, but after three days off for rest, he's expected to be active and available to play Wednesday. Anderson is averaging just 2.3 points, 1.1 rebounds and 0.4 assists over 10 minutes per game, so even when healthy, he'll remain off the fantasy radar unless he establishes a bigger role in the Kings' regular rotation.
Anderson (hamstring) won't play Saturday versus the Warriors, James Ham of CSN Bay Area reports. Because the Kings have three days off before their next game Wednesday versus the Pelicans, Anderson will take a seat Saturday, though his absence should affect the wing rotation too incredibly much.
Anderson (coach's decision) hasn't appeared in any of the Kings' last three games. With only five appearances in the Kings' last 13 contests, Anderson seems to have fallen out of coach George Karl's rotation, and that doesn't figure to change anytime soon. Karl appears to be comfortable enough with the duo of Ben McLemore and Marco Belinelli at shooting guard, along with some spot minutes from Darren Collison.
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