Anderson (illness) is available for Monday's game against the Pacers, Chris Vivlamore of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Originally, the Virginia product was probable heading into Monday's matchup versus Indiana with flu-like symptoms, but it appears as though Anderson has recovered and will be ready to play if needed. Over his last four appearances, Anderson is averaging 13.8 minutes per contest.
Anderson is probable for Monday's game against the Pacers with flu-like symptoms, Chris Vivlamore of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Anderson has seen four straight games with double digit minutes, and with Kent Bazemore ruled out for the next two weeks, that should continue if Anderson is able to go. The probable designation indicates that he should play barring any setbacks.
Anderson had zero points (0-3 FG, 0-1 3Pt), three rebounds, and two blocks in 15 minutes during Friday's 123-120 overtime win against the Timberwolves. Anderson has seen double-digit minutes in three straight games, but he has appeared in only 16 contests thus far this season. As a result, he's not a trustworthy option in most leagues.
Anderson (leg) will be on a minutes restriction Monday against the Clippers, Chris Kirschner of The Athletic reports. Anderson is set to make his season debut after missing the first 16 games of the season due to tibial stress syndrome. He's expected to play around 12 minutes in his first game back. When fully healthy, Anderson is expected to be a rotational player.
Anderson (leg) is trending towards debuting Monday against the Clippers while on a minutes restriction, Chris Vivlamore of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Anderson has yet to play this season while suffering from tibial stress syndrome. His exact restriction for Monday is unclear, but he's expected to simply be a rotational player upon full return to health anyway.
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