Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the Nets "Plan B" may very well be Alan Anderson, a 30-year-old, 6'6" swingman who averaged 10.7 points a game last season (with a highs of 35 and 26 vs. the Knicks) and has a solid reputation for defense.
With Bogdanovic staying overseas, free agent Alan Anderson is an emerging consideration for Nets back-up small forward spot, sources tell Y!— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 10, 2013
Would Anderson command the mini-MLE? Unlikely. Anderson made the vets minimum last season in Toronto. He's a big fan of Barclays Center. Here's what he told his hometown paper after his first visit.
Anderson called the arena "first class all the way. ...Even the visiting locker rooms are like home locker rooms. They did a great job with the place, and it's in a perfect location for the city." The Nets worked out Anderson in 2011 when he and Gerald Green went at it in Houston during the All-Star Break. The Nets chose Green.
Anderson shot 38.3 percent overall and 33.3 percent from three last season, slightly below his career averages.