By Kyle Boenitz, Project Spurs.com
The NBA career for James Anderson is off to a rough start. When he joined the San Antonio Spurs, he had to figure, as a shooting guard, most of the minutes would go to Manu Ginobili. But maybe if he worked hard, he could find a way to contribute and be a part of the team.
Now Anderson finds himself at the bottom of the depth chart. He only got real playing time on the nights this season where Coach Pop rested the starters. He only saw the floor in one game of the Western Conference Finals and didn’t get to contribute much. He’s clearly been pushed aside in the Spurs’ pecking order.
Anderson’s contract is up this offseason, so the Spurs will have to decide what they want to do with him. He made more this season than both Gary Neal and Danny Green, who played more minutes. I can’t imagine the Spurs are going to offer much to Anderson just to sit on the bench, so it might be beneficial for both parties if Anderson were to look for a new team.
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