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May 13, 2015 Updates

Brooklyn Nets guard/forward Alan Anderson underwent successful arthroscopic surgery today, May 12, to remove bone spurs from his left ankle, General Manager Billy King announced. The procedure was performed by Nets' foot and ankle specialist Dr. Martin O'Malley at the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan. Anderson is expected to resume basketball-related activities in July. NBA.com

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King also expressed a desire to bring back Alan Anderson, whom he called “Mr. Reliable,” and said the team will extend a qualifying offer to Mirza Teletovic to make him a restricted free agent. But with limited ways to improve this summer and another full year remaining until the Nets have the salary cap space to make significant changes, King has his work cut out for him. “It’s really incumbent on us, when you don’t have those picks, to be creative and come up with other ways to do it,” King said. “That’s a challenge, but it’s doable.” New York Post

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Alan Anderson - one of four Nets players who decided to make a social statement by wearing the shirts - said he and his teammates hadn’t discussed whether they would continue to take a stand in Wednesday’s game at Chicago. Jarrett Jack, Deron Williams and Kevin Garnett also wore the shirts for the Nets, which were provided by former minority owner, Jay Z. “The ‘I Can’t Breathe’ shirts? Nah, not that I know of as of yet,” said Anderson, who still has the shirt in his possession and will start on Wednesday in place of Joe Johnson, who is battling the flu and won’t travel with the team. New York Daily News

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