|Jan. 3 5:48 PM PT6:48 PM MT7:48 PM CT8:48 PM ET1:48 GMT9:48 6:48 PM MST8:48 PM EST5:48 UAE (+1)02:4820:48 ET7:48 PM CT23:48 - Anderson was taken from the court on a stretcher after colliding with Boston's Gerald Wallace in the fourth quarter on Jan. 3, and he's been diagnosed with a "cervical stinger."
Analysis: Anderson and Wallace collided near the Celtics' basket with 11:02 to play. They both went to the floor hard. Anderson remained on his back as he was being checked by the team's trainer and a Celtics' doctor before a stretcher was summoned. There's no time table for a return yet.
|Dec. 16 9:17 PM PT10:17 PM MT11:17 PM CT12:17 AM ET5:17 GMT13:17 10:17 PM MST12:17 AM EST9:17 UAE06:170:17 ET11:17 PM CT3:17 - Anderson scored 26 in Sunday's loss at Denver, going 2 of 7 from beyond the arc.
Analysis: Anderson appears to be in a shooting slump, going 10 of 39 from 3-point range over his last five contests.
|Dec. 11 7:32 PM PT8:32 PM MT9:32 PM CT10:32 PM ET3:32 GMT11:32 8:32 PM MST10:32 PM EST7:32 UAE (+1)04:3222:32 ET9:32 PM CT1:32 - Anderson shook off an unusually poor shooting night from long range, hitting two clutch 3-pointers in overtime and finishing with 22 points for the New Orleans Pelicans in a 111-106 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday night.
Analysis: Anderson entered a 50.0 percent shooter from 3-point land but made just 4 of 12 attempts. Still his point total was a welcome effort for fantasy owners.
|Dec. 7 9:56 PM PT10:56 PM MT11:56 PM CT12:56 AM ET5:56 GMT13:56 10:56 PM MST12:56 AM EST9:56 UAE06:560:56 ET11:56 PM CT3:56 - Anderson had another rough shooting night, going 5 for 17 with 18 points in Friday's loss to Oklahoma City.
Analysis: Anderson is just 11 for 36 over his last two games including a 2-for-11 clip from 3-point range.
|Dec. 3 9:30 PM PT10:30 PM MT11:30 PM CT12:30 AM ET5:30 GMT13:30 10:30 PM MST12:30 AM EST9:30 UAE06:300:30 ET11:30 PM CT3:30 - Anderson scored a career-high 36 points in Monday's 131-128 triple-overtime win at Chicago.
Analysis: Anderson shot 12 of 20, including 7 of 11 from 3-point range. He has averaged 22.6 points while going 35 of 63 from beyond the arc (55.6 percent) in eight games since debuting last month.
|Dec. 2 10:24 PM PT11:24 PM MT12:24 AM CT1:24 AM ET6:24 GMT14:24 11:24 PM MST1:24 AM EST10:24 UAE07:241:24 ET12:24 AM CT4:24 - Anderson scored a season-high 31 while going 7 of 11 from deep in Sunday's win over the Knicks.
Analysis: The Pelicans are 5-2 since Anderson made his season debut. He's shooting an impressive 53.8 percent from 3-point range.
|Nov. 26 8:18 PM PT9:18 PM MT10:18 PM CT11:18 PM ET4:18 GMT12:18 9:18 PM MST11:18 PM EST8:18 UAE05:1823:18 ET10:18 PM CT2:18 - Anderson turned in his first double-double of the season with 21 points and 12 rebounds in Tuesday's loss to Golden State.
Analysis: Despite missing the season's first nine games, Anderson hasn't looked rusty at all, going 17 of 32 from 3-point range.
|Nov. 17 10:17 PM PT11:17 PM MT12:17 AM CT1:17 AM ET6:17 GMT14:17 11:17 PM MST1:17 AM EST10:17 UAE07:171:17 ET12:17 AM CT4:17 - Anderson returned in Saturday's win over Philadelphia and scored a game-high 26 points off the bench.
Analysis: He hit 6 of 10 from 3-point range, so his shot seems to be just fine after missing the first nine games of the season.
|Oct. 30 1:49 PM PT2:49 PM MT3:49 PM CT4:49 PM ET20:49 GMT4:49 1:49 PM MST3:49 PM EST0:49 UAE (+1)21:4916:49 ET2:49 PM CT18:49 - Anderson has been out with a chip fracture in a toe on his right foot, though he appears to be nearing a return.
Analysis: The 6-foot-10 Anderson is one of New Orleans' top 3-point shooters. Last season, he averaged a career-high 16.2 points per game and shot 38 percent from 3-point range. He also grabbed 6.4 rebounds per game. When available, Anderson is expected to be one of New Orleans' top players coming off the bench and play significant minutes.
Tom "Eugene" Curran joins the guys to discuss how the Patriots look coming out of OTAs. Then Christian and Lou discuss the Patriots playbook scandal.
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Jackie MacMullan of ESPN Boston to talk about the Lebron James Saga, the possibility of Rajon Rondo being traded, and the future of Marcus Smart.
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