Sixers To Sign Swingman Justin Anderson To Camp Deal

The Sixers are signing swingman Justin Anderson to a partially-guaranteed contract, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer tweets. He’ll try to earn a roster spot during training camp.

It’s a two-year contract, Pompey adds in a subsequent update, with the first year having the partial guarantee.

Anderson signed with the Nets as a substitute player prior to the restart. He saw action in seven seeding games and three postseason contests. He averaged 6.3 PPG and 2.7 RPG in 9.3 MPG during those playoff appearances.

Anderson also signed a 10-day contract with the Nets in January and averaged 1.0 PPG in three games before being released by the organization. He also spent part of the season with Brooklyn’s G League affiliate in Long Island. A first-round pick by the Mavericks in 2015, Anderson had brief stops with the Sixers and Hawks as well.

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7 thoughts on “Sixers To Sign Swingman Justin Anderson To Camp Deal

  1. 13Morgs13

    I always like Anderson from his UVA days. Just never developed his jump shot.

    • PhillyPhan69

      Camp body, he won’t make our roster. But if he performs he might earn a shot with another team.

      • phillyballers

        I’d rather they bring in an unknown. We all know what JA can do. And we don’t need to entertain dudes that can’t shoot. There are several 10-day dudes that can hustle and D up but not shoot.

  2. cwr_12

    I always liked Justin Anderson he is someone who’s a good defender and decent shooter I hoe he gets picked up from Phili because I could see him and Ryan broekoff being X factors for that team

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