Anderson is expected to miss 2-to-3 weeks with a sprained MCL in his left knee, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Anderson went down with a non-contact injury during Sunday's game against the Thunder, so despite likely missing a couple of weeks, this is great news overall considering he's avoided anything overly serious. A timetable of 2-to-3 weeks puts a return in mid-to-late December, so look for Anderson to miss at least the next seven games, with his first opportunity to return on Dec. 18 against the Clippers. While the Spurs haven't announced who will start in his place, Rudy Gay should be one of the main beneficiaries, while guys like Davis Bertans and Manu Ginobili could be relied upon for a few more minutes at small forward as well.
Anderson (knee) will not play in Monday's game against the Pistons, Michael C. Wright of ESPN.com reports.
Anderson suffered a left MCL sprain in Sunday's loss to the Thunder and is undergoing tests Monday to determine a timetable. It's unlikely that Anderson makes his return to the floor anytime soon given the nature of the injury, which will likely result in Rudy Gay seeing an expanded role on the wing.
Anderson was diagnosed with a left knee sprain and will not return to Sunday's game against the Thunder.
Anderson's injury was non-contact and the former UCLA standout was in what looked like extreme pain underneath the basket when he went down. The Spurs are entering a stretch where they'll play four games in six days, so the team will likely remain cautious with Anderson, and he should be considered questionable-at-best to play in Monday's game against the Pistons.
Anderson left Sunday's game against the Thunder with an apparent knee injury, Jabari Young of the San Antonio Express-News reports.
Anderson was reportedly down under the basket screaming in pain after suffering a non-contact injury on his way down. Given that Anderson had to be helped to the locker room by his teammates, it's pretty safe to assume that he won't be returning to Sunday's contest. With the Spurs already resting a number of players, coach Gregg Popovich will have to go deep into his bench for the final quarter of the game. Expect an update to come on Anderson following Sunday's game.
Anderson supplied 14 points (6-8 FG, 2-2 FT), five rebounds, three assists and five steals across 31 minutes in Saturday's 106-86 win over the Hornets.
Anderson enjoyed an excellent shooting night and was just as impressive on the defensive end, with his five steals serving as a season high. The 24-year-old has shot between 57.1 percent and Saturday's 75.0 percent in four of his last five games, and he's complemented his sharpshooting with at least five rebounds in five of his last six contests. With his penchant for multi-category production, he remains a viable mid-tier forward option in season-long and daily formats as long as Kawhi Leonard (ankle) remains sidelined.
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