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Heat's Dragic, Andersen at arena, remain GTD Monday
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(3/2/15) Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said that shooting guard Goran Dragic (back) and power forward Chris Andersen (illness) are both at the arena Monday but remain gametime decisions to face the Suns, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Dragic, who was dealt by the Suns to the Heat before the trading deadline, said earlier Monday he hoped to have the opportunity to face his former team. Andersen was also unable to play Saturday due to his illness.
The Heat are 1 1/2-point favorites at home Monday.
Heat consider Dragic, Andersen game-time decisions Monday
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(3/2/15) The Heat listed guard Goran Dragic (back spasms) and center Chris Andersen (illness) as questionable for Monday's game against Phoenix, the team announced.
Dragic is suffering from back spams, but is hoping to play against his former team, reports The Palm Beach Post.
"It feels better, hopefully [Monday] I can go," Dragic said. "It's still a game-time decision."
Meanwhile, Andersen is dealing with an illness, which caused him to miss Saturday's contest.
The Heat are 2-point favorites.
Heat's Chris Andersen out, Saturday, with illness
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(2/28/15) Heat PF Chris Andersen will miss Saturday's game against the Hawks.
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said that Andersen is suffering from an illness, and the team listed him as inactive.
The Heat are five-point underdogs at home.
Birdman on emergence of Whiteside: 'S---, he's doing everything with ease'
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(2/10/15) Heat forward Chris Andersen shared his thoughts on the emergence of center Hassan Whiteside on Monday. When asked if there are any similarities between he and Whiteside, Andersen shook his head in disagreement.
"Absolutely not. He does everything 10 times better than I do it. With his length and his wingspan and jumping ability -- shit, he's doing everything with ease," Andersen said, per the Palm Beach Post. It looks like a video game deal where you create your own guy and he gets in there and just does what he does. It's fun to watch. You can imagine what his career's gonna be like. I try to pass my experience on to him and give him a little insight of what I've learned over the years. In a way, he does what I do. But he's got a soft hook. I ain't got that. He has a nice jumper. I got that. His length with his arms is amazing."
As of Jan. 1, Whiteside has the highest PER (32.0) in the NBA, topping the likes of Anthony Davis (31.0), Stephen Curry (29.4), James Harden (28.9) and LeBron James (28.2). He's also on pace to have the fourth-highest rebound percentage while on the floor in league history. Through 24 games, he has averaged 9.7 points, 8.3 rebounds and 2.5 blocks per contest. He has eight double-doubles and one triple-double over that span.
Heat PF Chris Andersen available to play Friday
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(1/30/15) Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said that power forward Chris Andersen is available for Friday's game against the Mavericks, the Associated Press reports.
Andersen missed Tuesday's game while nursing elbow and back injuries. He has averaged 5.1 points and 5.1 rebounds in 29 games while shooting 60.5 percent from the field.
The Heat are 8 1/2-point home underdogs Friday.
|Chris Andersen opted to return to Miami as a free agent this offseason, after playing a key role in two runs to the NBA finals. He appeared in 72 games for the Heat as the backup center a year and was productive in his 19.4 minutes per game, averaging 6.6 points and 5.3 rebounds in that time. Unfortunately, the 36-year-old is little more than a per-minute specialist at this point, and has extremely limited Fantasy potential as a result. Beyond helping with field-goal percentage in category leagues occasionally, Andersen can be largely ignored in most Fantasy formats next season.
(Updated 8/26/14) |
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