Grizzlies’ Anderson out two to four weeks
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.