December 20, 2017, 3:27 pm
Spurs backup wing Kyle Anderson (knee sprain) told the media that he is “good to go” for Wednesday’s contest against the Blazers.
Anderson was listed in the injury report as probable so this does not come as a surprise. The wing still ranks as a top-80 asset for the season, but all his games were played without Kawhi Leonard. His value will take a big hit and the best case scenario is that he can still push for 15-20 minutes off the bench when Leonard is fully healthy. Last year Anderson played 14.2 minutes per game and ranked far outside the top-200.