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|Joel Anthony gets rare start: Heat center Joel Anthony was in the starting lineup Saturday against the 76ers, his first start of the season. Anthony played 17 minutes in the game, scoring two points with four rebounds and an assist, in a 106-87. |
|No information available at this time (Updated 6/20/13).|
|The Heat have been resting some of their starters recently, which is why Anthony saw the floor. After being a regular part of the starting lineup over the previous two years, Anthony's small role has diminished further this season. He is averaging just 1.3 points and 1.7 rebounds per game on the season, and can be safely ignored in all Fantasy formats heading into the offseason. |
Chris Andersen says 'it was tough' watching Game 6 from hotel
Even though Chris Andersen told reporters he 'can't regret anything' about his Game 6 suspension before the Heat's 91-77 loss, a report says Andersen was forced to watch the loss from his downtown hotel room.
With LeBron left to himself, once invincible Heat look beatable
The Heat, once a sure lock for the Finals, now face a Game 7 against the Pacers. As the Big Three dwindles to the Big One, Ken Berger says Miami's aura of invincibility is gone.
David West plays through illness with contagious heart
Battling a fever over 100 degrees, the Indiana Pacers' power forward David West helped inspire his team to a Game 6 victory.
Hibbert, George lift Pacers over Heat to force Game 7
Roy Hibbert had 24 points and 11 rebounds, Paul George finished with 28 points, and the Indiana Pacers forced a deciding game in the Eastern Conference finals with a 91-77 victory over the Miami Heat on Saturday night.
Heat-Pacers Game 6: How the Heat can replace Andersen's production
With Chris Andersen suspended for Game 6, the Miami Heat are now without a big weapon in their rotation. How can they close out the series without him?
|Joel Anthony's 2011-12 campaign was bitter sweet as he helped the Heat win the NBA title but wasn't a huge part of the team's rotation down the stretch. The 30-year-old averaged 3.4 points and 3.9 rebounds, while starting in a career-best 51 contests. Anthony's biggest asset to Fantasy owners continues to be his shot-blocking ability as he averaged 1.3 rejections per game, which ranked 23rd overall last year. However, the Heat seemed to thrive when playing with a smaller lineup and many think Miami will follow the same blue print next year. Still, as one of two centers on Miami's roster, Anthony will likely once again be the Heat's starting center entering the season, albeit that will be for his defensive prowess. With Lebron James, Chris Bosh and Dwayne Wade once again shouldering the offensive load, Anthony's offensive contributions will once again be limited. Fantasy owners should consider Anthony merely waiver-wire fodder heading into the season. (Updated 8/22/12)|
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