The Spurs were so active this off-season adding LaMarcus Aldridge and David West to their already formidable, if oldish, roster that Kyle Anderson gets forgotten. Kawhi Leonard’s MVP talk further obscures the second-year forward. Sure, a player as talented as the UCLA-bred Anderson might be developing faster on a less rich team, but he’s getting 14 minutes a game — enough for 4.1 points, 1.4 assists and 2.3 boards. He’s one of those Spurs that may suddenly emerge in a playoff game and look like a fully formed star. In San Antonio, it happens all the time.
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Here’s a glimpse of the athleticism of the 6’9″ Anderson at work. He apparently even has the ability to make the other team stop playing defense.