Anderson (leg) returned to the lineup Friday against the Pistons, going scoreless (0-3 3Pt) with four rebounds and one assist across eight minutes.
Anderson finally made his return after missing more than a month and a half of action due to shin splints. The 76ers, as expected, kept his time on the court brief, considering the plan is likely to ease Anderson back into the swing of the things following a lengthy absence. Once on a full workload, Anderson could serve as Robert Covington's backup at small forward, though it may be a week or two yet before he's cleared for a bigger workload. For that reason, he should continue to be avoided for fantasy purposes for the time being.
Anderson (leg) is expected to be available for Friday's game against the Pistons, Jessica Camerato of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Anderson has missed the last 23 games due to shin splints in his lest left leg, but he looks to be in line to finally make his return to the floor Friday night. Barring any setbacks between now and tip, expect Anderson to be dressed and ready to go against Detroit, but given his extended absence from the rotation, the wing will likely play a limited role as he's eased back into the swing of things.
Anderson (leg) is listed as questionable for Friday's game against Pistons.
Anderson has been out since mid-November while working back from shin splints in his left leg, though it appears he's finally nearing a return. He was able to go through portions of pregame warmups prior to Saturday's contest despite remaining out and there's a chance he does so again ahead of Friday's outing before a final decision is made. That said, it's still unclear if Anderson will officially be given the green light to play, so continue to monitor his status up until tip-off. Considering the lengthy absence, Anderson will likely have some limitations once back in the lineup.
Anderson (leg) is listed as out for Wednesday's game against the Spurs in the teams' official game notes.
Anderson was upgraded to questionable ahead of Saturday's game against the Nuggets and was able to go through portions of pregame warmups, but his return to the court will continue to be delayed. His next chance to play will be Friday against the Pistons.
Anderson (lower leg) will not play Saturday against the Nuggets, Harrison Wind of BSNDenver.com reports.
Anderson managed to go through portions of Saturday's pregame warmups, but apparently he still wasn't ready for his first action since Nov. 15. He won't have to wait long for his next opportunity for a return, as the 76ers face the Suns on Sunday.
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