Ryan Anderson back at practice could play in Game 2
Ahead of Game 2 of the Rockets’ playoff series against the Minnesota Timberwolves, Ryan Anderson has officially been ruled out as he continues to rehab an ankle injury.
Rockets forward Ryan Anderson returned to Rockets practice for the first time Because of He Promised to play on 3rd April against the Washington Wizards, With the hopeful of Rockets to play on Wednesday’s Game 2 against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
He probably dresses him and then Everyone sees whether he plays or not, Rockets coach Mike D’Antoni said. “We’ll see how it goes.
D’Antoni has also said, Mike D’Antoni, he was not sure how he would use Anderson because He would be returning after missing two weeks in the post-season when there is a small margin for error.
Anderson could be especially important in a series against the Timberwolves. Anderson averaged 12 points per game on 50 percent 3-point shooting this season against the Timberwolves. For his career, his 15.4 points per game against Minnesota trails only the 16.6 against his hometown Kings for the most he has averaged against any opponent.
With Anderson out again, players like Joe Johnson and Gerald Green get a boost in minutes but it’s a boost for Clint Capela and Nene more than others.