Anthony was waived by the Bucks on Saturday. Anthony was also waived by the Spurs to begin the 2016-17 campaign before ultimately signing a pair of 10-day contracts with the team mid-season, which led to a deal to finish the year with the club. It remains to be seen if he will get that type of opportunity with the Bucks or if the veteran will be forced to look for new opportunities elsewhere.
Anthony signed a training camp contract with the Bucks. After being waived by the Spurs at the start of the 2016-17 campaign, Anthony ended up signing a pair of 10-day contracts with San Antonio in January, eventually inking a deal for the rest of the season. He played in just 19 games, posting averages of 1.3 points and 1.6 rebounds across 6.4 minutes. Looking ahead to 2017-18, Anthony will join Milwaukee for training camp and will battle for the final roster spot with the likes of Kendall Marshall, Gerald Green, Gary Payton, James Young and Brandon Rush. That being said, the 10-year veteran faces long odds at this point.
Anthony produced no points, two rebounds and one block across five minutes in a 102-92 loss to the Thunder on Thursday. Anthony has appeared in the Spurs' last two games, but has seen a combined nine minutes. The veteran finds himself behind LaMarcus Aldridge, Dewayne Dedmon, Pau Gasol, David Lee and Davis Bertans on the Spurs' frontcourt depth chart, so he won't have much opportunity to see his playing time increase over the final month of the regular season.
Anthony was signed by the Spurs for the remainder of the season on Sunday, Jabari Young of the San Antonio Express-News reports. Anthony was signed to a pair of 10-day contracts prior to landing a deal for the rest of the season. He's averaged 1.5 points and 1.8 rebounds across 6.3 minutes per game in his eight games with San Antonio.
Anthony signed a second 10-day contract with the Spurs on Thursday, Jabari Young of San Antonio Express-News reports. Anthony played a very small role with the Spurs during his first 10-day contract, playing in three games, while averaging 1.3 points and 1.7 rebounds across 5.3 minutes. However, the Spurs are still dealing with some injuries in the frontcourt, with both LaMarcus Aldridge (knee) and Pau Gasol (finger) sitting out, so Anthony should continue to serve as another depth option in the frontcourt to make up for the lack of bodies.
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