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2001-02:
As a beginner he averaged 3.0 ppg, 3.2 rpg and 1.17 bpg in 24 games (one start). Twice he scored in double figures. In his final five games he blocked 17 shots (3.40 bpg) and averaged 9.60 blocks per 48 minutes over that stretch. In each of his last two games he Logged a season-high 24 minutes. Twice he led the Nuggets in rebounding. On 9th April 2002, he had a career-high five blocked shots at Memphis. On 31st March 2002 he started his first-career from Detroit. He missed 17 games since he was on the injured list from 2/17-3/21. For that he underwent surgery on his right wrist to repair a bone chip. On 14th January 2001, he grabbed a season-high nine rebounds at Utah by scoring a season-high 17 points. He also missed 15 games due to a strained left shoulder and was on the injured list from 12/4-1/6. On 23rd November 2001, Anderson made his NBA debut at Portland. During the Rocky Mountain Revue he averaged 12.2 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 1.33 spg and 1.17 bpg in 18.0 mpg and was named league MVP.

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  • Attended Iola HS in Iola, Texas.
    Played college ball at Houston and Blinn
    Junior College till 1999.
    Played with Nangang Dragons (China) and the New Mexico Slam of the IBL in 1999-00.
    Played with the Fargo-Morehead Beez of the IBA and the Sugarland Sharks if the SWBL in 2000-01.
    Selected by the Fayetteville Patriots as 1st overall pick in the 2001 NBDL Draft.
    Called up by the Denver Nuggets in December 2001. First NBDL player to be called up by an NBA team.
    Named to the 2002 Rocky Mountain Revue 1st Team.
    Named MVP of the Rocky Mountain Revue in 2002

 

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