Originally Posted by esparzar1
Doesn't suprise me. Doesn't suprise me that they waived Anderson either. He really didn't show anything with the time that they gave him. Oh well, I really had some high hopes for Anderson when they first drafted him.
I was hoping he could have stayed but releasing him just tells it all. Spurs coaches were not that impressed with his play.
Anderson plays very good D but I guess his O is not that good for NBA games! Esp Pop's system... Oh well... we can't keep them all I guess!
Now he is free to sign anywhere else. But if no one else signed him we can call him back in case we have need for him. That way he can be free to sign somewhere else.
Wish him well. He should be proud no shame. He gave it his best this time.
He is a very good talent, and he needs to work on his offense and shots and decision making. He is a step behind.