CBS Sports "This hasn't been the ideal start to the 2015-16 season for the Washington Wizards. They were projected to be one of the top teams in the East with a new faster, small ball style of play this season, but instead have struggled to capitalize on their new identity. As a result, they're just 12-14..." December 23
Bullets Forever "Wizards veteran swingman Alan Anderson signed with the team last summer as a free agent. Unfortunately, he hasn't played a game yet this season due to an ankle injury. He had surgery on October 13 to repair the damage. Fortunately, he is getting close to returning. According to Jorge Castillo..." December 02
CSN Mid-Atlantic "Alan Anderson likely won't be able to fully participate when he joins the Wizards for training camp that opens Tuesday because of his left ankle, CSNmidatlantic.com has confirmed with several persons with knowledge of the situation Saturday. "He may miss the beginning of camp," one person told..." September 28
Free agent Alan Anderson has agreed to a one-year, $4M deal with Washington, league source tells Yahoo Sports.
Nets Daily "Various reports indicate that Alan Anderson, who played well for the Nets the past two years, particularly in the playoffs, has signed a one-year deal with the Wizards for $4 million. For Anderson, 33, the deal is a great one since his career NBA earnings are $3.6 million. Two days ago, Woj..." July 07
Keeping free agent Alan Anderson remains a priority for the Nets, league sources tell Yahoo. He's a popular bench target for teams.
The #Wizards have expressed interest in Alan Anderson, according to source. Would give them some wing depth.
New York Post "Nets wing Alan Anderson, who was one of the team’s most productive players in the playoffs, underwent successful arthroscopic surgery to remove bone spurs from his left ankle Monday. The procedure was performed by Nets’ foot and ankle specialist Dr. Martin O’Malley at the Hospital for Special..." May 13
King said Alan Anderson may need a clean out of his ankle for some bone spurs.
Alan Anderson has player option for 2015-16 on his two-year deal with Nets. Deal worth about $2.6 million.
Guard Alan Anderson has yet to inform Nets but shortly he'll notify them he's opting out to become free agent, league source informs @CSNNW.
Jason Kidd said Shaun Livingston and Alan Anderson are out vs. Orlando tomorrow. Says everyone else is good to go. We will see.
New York Post "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..." February 07
New York Post "Alan Anderson was the 15th and final player Nets general manager Billy King signed this summer to round out the team’s roster. But two games into the regular season, it already is clear Anderson wasn’t signed to watch from the bench. As he had in the season opener, Anderson played more minutes..." November 03
Free agent forward Alan Anderson is finalizing an agreement with the Brooklyn Nets league source tells Y! Sports.
From Russia With Dunk "With the news from earlier today that Bojan Bogdanovic would not be coming over from Europe this season, Adrian Wojnarowski suggests that former Toronto Raptor Alan Anderson could be Brooklyn’s Plan B. Anderson will fill many of the Nets’ needs. He is a very good shooter and is also known as a..." July 13
With Bogdanovic staying overseas, free agent Alan Anderson is an emerging consideration for Nets back-up small forward spot, sources tell Y!
Alan Anderson remains the only secondary FA I have the #Twolves attached to. They still haven't reached out to Delfino, Belinelli, Morrow.
Toronto Star "An NBA assistant coach was hanging around courtside while a group of Raptors went through their usual pre-game shooting workout at the Air Canada Centre recently when the group that included Alan Anderson took the floor. “That guy can shoot, he’s a shooter and a player,” the coach, with almost..." March 27
Toronto Sun "It’s that time of year again, the fifth in a row for the Raptors, when thoughts turn from playoffs to next year. Or, more precisely, who will be back next year in a Raptors uniform and who won’t. Already the stories have started trickling out led, of course, with everyone’s best guess as to..." March 08
Last word I got was OKC and Raps had discussed a Maynor deal for Alan Anderson and John Lucas - not happening.