Griz­zlies’ An­der­son out two to four weeks

Richmond Times-Dispatch - - SCOREBOARD -

Mem­phis Griz­zlies for­ward Kyle An­der­son is ex­pected to miss at least two to four weeks be­cause of a sprained left an­kle. The Griz­zlies said An­der­son had a Grade 2 sprain. An­der­son hurt the an­kle Satur­day in a 112-108 loss at Mi­ami.

An­der­son has made 38 starts this year in his first sea­son with the Griz­zlies. He is av­er­ag­ing 7.9 points, 5.8 re­bounds, 3.0 as­sists and 29.7 min­utes.

Dozens of ex­plo­sions brought down the steel roof of the Bradley Cen­ter, the for­mer home of the Mil­wau­kee Bucks. The Bradley Cen­ter closed last sum­mer and the Bucks moved next door to the $524 mil­lion Fis­erv Fo­rum.

Mar­shall Uni­ver­sity is hon­or­ing NBA Hall of Famer Hal Greer with a statue. The Her­ald-Dis­patch re­ported Mar­shall Uni­ver­sity Pres­i­dent Jerome Gil­bert wanted to see a statue erected on cam­pus fol­low­ing Greer’s death last April at age 81. Greer was the first black schol­ar­ship ath­lete at Mar­shall af­ter star­ring at Hunt­ing­ton’s Dou­glass High School. Greer spent 15 sea­sons with the Syra­cuse Na­tion­als and Philadel­phia 76ers. He’s the 76ers’ ca­reer lead­ing scorer.

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