Anderson generated 15 points (5-12 FG, 5-11 3Pt), two rebounds, one assist and three steals across 19 minutes during the Wizards' 115-99 preseason win over the Knicks on Friday.
Anderson co-led the second unit in scoring alongside Jordan McRae, posting his second double-digit scoring effort in the first three preseason games. The versatile wing has a deep shooting guard and small forward depth chart to contend with in Washington, but he's making a solid case for a role in the rotation.
Anderson will be in the starting five Monday against the Knicks.
Anderson will get the nod at small forward with both C.J. Miles and Troy Brown on the shelf for Washington. The former Virginia standout has bounced around since entering the league, but he may have a chance to find a more permanent home on a Wizards team in desperate need of quality depth all over the roster.
Anderson signed a non-guaranteed contract with the Wizards on Tuesday, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports.
Anderson has seen limited action in his first four years in the league, playing an average of 54 games per season. His most playing time came during the 2016-17 campaign as a member of the Mavericks and 76ers, where he averaged 7.1 points and 3.3 rebounds in 16.4 minutes. Most recently, he saw 9.6 minutes per game for the Hawks, averaging 3.7 points and 1.8 rebounds. Considering how thin Washington's roster is, there's a solid chance Anderson could make the final cut.
Anderson and the Wizards are working toward an agreement on a training camp deal, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports.
Anderson did not receive a qualifying offer from the Hawks this past June, but it looks like he's moving toward latching on with Washington. The deal would likely be only partially guaranteed, though the Wizards are in need of depth on the wing, so Anderson would make for a relatively intriguing addition.
Anderson was not extended the qualifying offer and will become an unrestricted free agent, Chris Vivlamore of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Anderson averaged 3.7 points and 1.8 rebounds in 9.6 minutes across 48 games while shooting 40.8 percent from the field, 31.2 percent from three and 74.3 percent from the line last year. It's unclear how much attention he'll garner on the free agent market but could viably join a team as a rotational backcourt player.
Anderson (neck) will play Friday against the Magic.
As expected, Anderson will take the court despite a strained neck. He should continue seeing a bump in workload considering the amount of injuries the Hawks are dealing with.
Anderson is listed as probable for Friday's game against Orlando due to a neck strain.
Anderson's late appearance on the injury report is due to a neck strain which he presumably suffered during Wednesday's contest. However, it doesn't appear too severe at the moment but the injury may ultimately require that Anderson sit at least one contest to help heal his ailing neck.
Anderson will come off the bench Wednesday against the 76ers, Kevin Chouinard of the Hawks' official site reports.
With Taurean Prince (foot) back in the lineup, Anderson will resume his usual role off the bench.
Anderson finished with 24 points (9-16 FG, 4-8 3Pt, 2-4 FT), 12 rebounds, three assists and two steals across 31 minutes in the Hawks' overtime victory over the Bucks on Sunday.
Anderson drew his second start of the season on Sunday, filling in for Taruean Prince (foot). He played a season-high 31 minutes while piling up season highs in points and rebounds. Averaging just 7.9 minutes per game this season, he'll likely have his playing time reduced when Prince returns to action.
Anderson had six points (2-7 FG, 2-4 3Pt), two rebounds, two assists, and two blocks in 24 minutes during Friday's 118-98 loss to the Trail Blazers.
Anderson drew the spot start and earned more than 10 minutes for the first time since Jan. 23. He delivered a fairly well-rounded stat line despite his struggles from the field. However, even in a starting role, Anderson is best reserved for use in deeper leagues.
Anderson will start Friday's game against the Trail Blazers, Kevin Chouinard of the Hawks' official site reports.
Anderson will be getting his first start of the year in place of Taurean Prince, who is out with a foot injury. Anderson has seen double-digit minutes on 14 occasions this season, averaging 4.6 points and 2.5 rebounds in those contests.
Anderson (coach's decision) didn't see any action Monday in the Hawks' 122-103 loss to the Magic.
Anderson has sat out the Hawks' last three games and has failed to leave the bench in four of the past six contests, signaling that coach Lloyd Pierce doesn't view the fourth-year forward as a rotation option. The 25-year-old is ticketed for free agency this summer and doesn't appear likely to be re-signed, so the Hawks will presumably limit his run over the second half of the season in order to prioritize the available bench minutes for players who will be on the roster in 2019-20.
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.
Anderson (leg) is out Saturday against the Pacers, Brad Rowland of Locked On Hawks reports.
Anderson is still in recovery from tibial stress syndrome. His next chance to take the floor arrives Monday against the Clippers.
Anderson (leg) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Nuggets, Kevin Chouinard of the Hawks' official site
It's more of the same for Anderson, who remains without a timetable for a return. It will still likely be a while before he is back on the court, but his next opportunity to return will be Saturday in Indiana.
Anderson (leg) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Warriors.
The Hawks are still yet to provide an update on Anderson's timetable, but there has not been any indication that he will be ready to play anytime soon.
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