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Pounding The Rock Feb 4, 2016

Manu Ginobili will be out at least a month with groin injury

After a collision sustained while defending the Pelicans' Ryan Anderson, Manu will be in street clothes until March. According to KENS5, Manu Ginobili will be out for up to 6 weeks after taking a knee from Ryan Anderson in the fourth quarter of last night's Spurs vs. Pelicans game. Here's the play in question. Manu being taken out by Anderson's knee. #Spurs https://t.co/klCU4OqDV5 — J.R. Wilco (@jollyrogerwilco) February 4, 2016 And another angle: Anderson's knee took Manu out of the game. #Spurs https://t.co/1JvFpVc4cR — J.R. Wilco (@jollyrogerwilco) February 4, 2016 It...
Pounding The Rock Feb 4, 2016

The Spurs don't need Aldridge to be a basketball savior

In a dominating performance against New Orleans, LaMarcus had his best game since coming to San Antonio, but the Spurs don't require regular otherworldly performances from Aldridge. They just need him to be himself. Some people expected LaMarcus Aldridge to be something resembling a basketball savior when the San Antonio Spurs signed him in free agency. Some expected him to be what he was in Portland -- a ball-dominating, go-to scorer that was lethal from mid-range. For the most part, Aldridge hasn't been any of those things through the first half of this season. His scoring average...
NetsDaily Jan 31, 2016

Would Ryan Anderson be interested in a Nets return?

When the Nets traded Vince Carter for Courtney Lee and pieces on Draft Night 2009, they also lost one of their best young players in Ryan Anderson, then just turned 21. The trade, easily Rod Thorn's worst at Nets GM, was made worse by the rumors that Thorn's deputy, Kiki Vandeweghe pushed the deal because he felt Anderson was thwarting Yi Jianlian's development. Now 27 and a free agent this summer, would Anderson consider a return to the Nets, now playing in Brooklyn?  He didn't say no in a conversation with Andy Vasquez. "Well, they traded me away, so," Anderson told The Record as his...
Brew Hoop Jan 24, 2016

Bucks vs. Pelicans Final Score: Ryan Anderson's threes deal Bucks 116-99 loss in New Orleans

Khris Middleton and Greg Monroe once again held up their end of the bargain. The Bucks' defense once again made sure it didn't matter. Despite the best efforts of Monroe (22 points and 11 rebs) and Middleton (22 points, 7 rebs, 5 ast, 5 to) to keep things close through three quarters, the Bucks' porous defense once again proved too much to overcome in New Orleans on Saturday, as the Pelicans buried 17 threes and outscored Milwaukee 26-8 on turnovers to power New Orleans to a 116-99 home win. Ryan Anderson tormented the Bucks' scattered defense with 23 points on 6/11 shooting, while Anthony...
CelticsBlog Jan 20, 2016

Boston Celtics would be better off rejecting three commonly rumored trade targets

Brook Lopez, Markieff Morris, and Ryan Anderson are commonly cited as potential trade targets for the Boston Celtics, who have a mountain of assets and a need for scoring. But here's why the Celtics front office would be better off not dealing for them. Brook Lopez is not at all a fit The appeal of Brook Lopez is understandable. He's a 7-footer that averages about 20 points per game. He'd help provide scoring for the Celtics, who rank 19th in offensive rating. And the Nets could be worse without him, a bonus for the Celtics since they own Brooklyn's first-round picks through 2018. But...

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