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Ryan Anderson agrees on a deal, back with the Rockets
by Eugene Flores, September 26, 2019 7:17pm
Free-agent Ryan Anderson is back with the Houston Rockets on a significantly partially guaranteed deal for the NBA 2019-20 season according to report.
Anderson played two years with the Rockets from 2016-2018 before going to the Phoenix Suns. He was then traded to the Miami Heat before being a free agent once again.
The veteran forward is known for his scoring prowess outside the three-point line. He was shooting at 41 and 43 percent from downtown on his two years with the Rockets before sliding down to 31 and 22 percent in Phoenix and Miami.
The drive-and-kick offense of the Rockets perfectly fits Anderson's game especially with James Harden attracting the defense and with Russell Westbrook joining the mix.
He will be reunited with former teammate and three-point specialist Aaron Gordon as well as Daniel House Jr.
Adding to the resume of the 6'10" sharpshooter was his 2012 Most Improved Player of the Award.
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