The Brooklyn Nets have agreed to a new two-year deal with Alan Anderson that will be worth approximately $3 million.
The second year of the deal will have a player option.
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Alan Anderson has signed a two-year deal with the Brooklyn Nets worth approximately $3 million.
The 15-16 season of the contract is a player option.
The Brooklyn Nets have re-signed Alan Anderson, according to Tim Bontemps of New York Post. He will make near $3 million over two years. The second year of his contract will be a player option. The veteran forward is expected to see more minutes next season, due to Paul Pierce’s departure from...
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Alan Anderson is the most recent Brooklyn Nets player to opt out. After news that Andrei Kirilenko would opt in to his contract, Nets fans were enjoying the fact that a player actually opted in to a contract. Well these good times have come to a screeching halt. One of the most important pieces to Brooklyn’s turnaround has realized he can get a decent amount of money this summer...
It took a Nets substitute to beat a Spurs team full of them.
Alan Anderson broke out of a recent scoring funk to score 22 points — including 17 of 21 Nets points during one stretch in the second half — to help the Nets pull away from the game but injury-riddled Spurs and claim a 103-89 victory in front of a sellout crowd of 17,732 inside Barclays Center Thursday night.
Alan Anderson has reached agreement on a two-year deal with the Brooklyn Nets.
Anderson spent last season with the Toronto Raptors.
Anderson has bounced around the NBA, Europe and the D-League since going undrafted out of Michigan State in 2005.
One of the many cool things about doing what we do is getting to speak to amazing people. We had the chance to talk with Alan Anderson of the Toronto Raptors about his journey to the NBA, his time playing overseas and his relationship with Kevin Garnett. For those of you not familiar with this spectacular man, Alan has an unorthodox career in the world of professional basketball...
Toronto Raptors guard-forward Alan Anderson will miss 3-6 weeks with a partially torn plantar fascia in his left foot, the team announced Thursday. Anderson sustained the injury Nov. 10 with five seconds left in the third quarter against the Philadelphia 76ers. Also, the team announced that forward-guard Landry Fields had ulnar nerve transposition surgery Wednesday to help compression...
The Toronto Raptors re-signed free-agent forward Alan Anderson on Monday.
The 29-year-old Anderson, who agreed to terms on Monday, was signed to a 10-day contract by the Raptors on March 26 and then for the remainder of the season on April 16. He averaged 9.6 points, two rebounds and 27.1 minutes in 17 games.
The 6-foot-6, 220-pound Anderson had a season-best 20 points and a career...
Via AP on Fox
July 30, 2012
When the Toronto Raptors offered Alan Anderson a ten-day contract, he couldn’t say yes fast enough. Anderson, who played collegiately at Michigan State was once an undrafted free agent signee by the Charlotte Bobcats. He played with Charlotte and in the NBA D-League from 2005-2007 before bouncing around leagues overseas faster than a pogo stick on speed.
He played in Italy...