Hawks Offseason 2012: Spurs' James Anderson Possibly Signed By Atlanta

The Atlanta Hawks are rumored to have signed San Antonio Spurs wingman James Anderson, based off of a cryptic Tweet from (possibly now former) teammate Danny Green:

SB Nation Hawks blog Peachtree Hoops has reached out to Atlanta management to try and get a confirmation, but there's no official word from either club yet. Anderson, the 20th pick of the 2010 NBA Draft, has been considered a bust with San Antonio, averaging only 3.7 points a game and 11.5 minutes. However, Peachtree Hoops points out that it's a low-risk investment for the retooling Hawks:

...the short of it is that Anderson, the 20th pick of the 2010 draft, never could make it happen for the Spurs and subsequently saw only 11 minutes per game each of his two seasons in San Antonio. Therefore, his stat sample is weak and the stats he did put up aren't pretty. From the looks of it, he couldn't make a shot consistently and followed that up by having poor defensive efficiency when he was on the floor.

For more on the Atlanta Hawks and the 2012-13 NBA season, head over to Peachtree Hoops and SB Nation Atlanta, and be sure to stick to SB Nation's dedicated NBA hub.

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