Spurs decline to match offer sheet for Kyle Anderson

by Christopher Berg | Grizzlies Correspondent | Mon, Jul 9th 9:25am EDT

San Antonio has decided not to match the four-year, $37 million offer sheet offered by the Memphis Grizzlies for Kyle Anderson. This decision came in the eleventh hour as the Spurs formally told the Grizzlies about their decision shortly before the Sunday night deadline. Anderson averaged seven points and five rebounds over 26 minutes per game on average last season for the Spurs. He was the 30th pick of the 2014 draft, after leaving UCLA after his freshman season. (Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact:

Anderson will join a Grizzlies team who wants to develop an identity under new coach J.B. Bickerstaff. Anderson will find this style to a T, and is seen as an investment for the future for Memphis. Anderson, 24, still has a lot of potential to live up to and could potentially be given more opportunity for Memphis, but a wait-and-see approach may be best for him in fantasy basketball terms.

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