Alan Anderson

#6 SG / Charlotte Hornets / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-6 Weight: 220 lb Age: 33 College: Michigan State

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    INJURY ALERT: Out | Ankle | Out until at least early December
    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

      Wizards' Alan Anderson: Likely to miss at least a month

      Anderson (ankle) is expected to be sidelined for at least another month, J. Michael of CSN Washington reports. Anderson underwent a left ankle procedure late in training camp to address a nagging issue, and he still remains confined to a walking boot while he attempts to work his way back to full health. Consequently, it's unwise to rely on him to take the court for the Wizards in the near future. Once healthy, Anderson will likely fill a bench role behind Otto Porter at small forward.

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      Wizards' Alan Anderson: Remains sidelined

      Anderson (ankle) remains sidelined in advance of Wednesday's season opener, Jorge Castillo of the Washington Post reports. Anderson underwent surgery nearly two weeks ago to remove bone chips from his ankle, and he's yet to return to the practice court. He's without a firm timeline, but it seems extremely unlikely that he's available off the bench Wednesday, and he could miss a significant chunk of games to begin the year.

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      Wizards' Alan Anderson: Sitting out rest of preseason schedule

      Anderson (ankle) will miss the Wizards' final two preseason games Wednesday and Friday, J. Michael of CSN Washington reports. Anderson is still recovering from a procedure last week that removed a bone fragment from his ailing ankle. The ankle issue prevented Anderson from taking part in training camp and could delay his return to the court until well into the regular season, though the Wizards haven't offered a definitive timetable just yet.

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      Wizards F Alan Anderson undergoes ankle surgery

      Wizards forward Alan Anderson underwent surgery Tuesday to remove a small bony fragment from his left ankle, Jorge Castillo of the Washington Post reports. The team hasn't released a timetable for his return. Anderson previously underwent an operation on the left ankle during the offseason to remove bone spurs, but he continued to experience discomfort throughout training camp, and still has yet to participate in a practice. While there's no telling how soon he might be cleared to take the court, it's probably safe to assume he won't be available for the regular season opener Oct. 28 in Orlando. The uncertain recovery timetable along with his likely bench role once he's cleared to return to game action effectively takes Anderson off the Fantasy radar in most formats.

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      Wizards' Alan Anderson: Remains unavailable to practice

      Anderson (ankle) continues to remain sidelined for Wizards practices, J. Michael of CSN Washington reports. Anderson's left ankle injury is quickly morphing into a larger issue than the Wizards expected, as he has yet to see any involvement during training camp. At this point, it's tough to predict if he'll heal up in time to take the court during the preseason, which could prevent him from opening the regular season as a member of coach Randy Wittman's rotation.

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      Ankle injury prevents Wizards' Alan Anderson from playing Tuesday

      Wizards guard Alan Anderson (ankle) won't play in Tuesday's preseason game against the 76ers, J. Michael of CSN Washington reports. Anderson still isn't practicing with the Wizards, despite reports last week that suggested he'd be back on the court in short order. It's not apparent at this stage if he's dealing with a notable setback following an offseason procedure to remove bone spurs from his left ankle, but any further missed time will hurt his effort at mounting a challenge for the starting small forward job. Otto Porter currently looks like the favorite to claim that role.

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      Wizards guard Alan Anderson held out of practice

      Wizards guard Alan Anderson (ankle) was held out of Tuesday's practice, Jorge Castillo of The Washington Post reports. Anderson had offseason surgery to remove bone spurs from his left ankle, and he admitted over the weekend that he's still not at 100 percent. "We don't want to force anything and get me out there too early, try to force an issue with me getting out there faster than I should be," Anderson said. "I'm coming along good. Training camp is here we'll see how much I can do." Anderson is without a timetable at this point, but the Wizards certainly won't rush him back and are comfortable with Otto Porter, Kelly Oubre and Martell Webster all healthy at the small forward spot.

    • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

      Wizards officially sign SF Alan Anderson

      The Wizards announced Sunday they have officially signed forward Alan Anderson, per a team release. The contract has been reported for one year at $4 million. "Alan has an all-around game that complements the other players on our roster and gives us another veteran at the small forward position," Wizards president Ernie Grunfeld said. Anderson averaged 7.4 points with the Nets last season.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Report: Wizards, G Alan Anderson agree to $4 million deal

      The Wizards have agreed to a one-year, $4 million deal with guard Alan Anderson, a source told Yahoo Sports. Anderson underwent ankle surgery in May, but he is expected to be ready in time for the start of the 2015-16 season. Last season with the Nets, Anderson averaged 7.4 points-per-game. He also scored 11 points-per-game and shot 25-of-41 from the field during the first round of the Eastern Conference Finals.

    • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

      Report: Nets SG Alan Anderson to become free agent

      Nets shooting guard Alan Anderson is expected to exercise the player option in his contract and become a free agent, per Anderson has spent the last two seasons in Brooklyn, where he averaged 7.3 points. He played in 74 games in 2014-15, and shot 35 percent from behind the 3-point line.

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