April 12, 2017, 7:36 pm
Ryan Anderson knocked in six triples on his way to 20 points in Wednesday’s season finale against the Wolves.
He added a lackluster two boards and four assists to his scoring output, but owners can hardly complain when Anderson’s shot is falling like it was in this one. Anderson did miss ten games on the season, but compared to his disastrous four years in New Orleans we’ll consider it a success. He averaged 13.6 points, 2.8 triples and 4.5 boards per game in 2016-17, and fit perfectly beside James Harden and Trevor Ariza. If he can stay healthy again next season he should have little trouble replicating this year’s top-110 finish.