Anderson had signed a contract with Houston Rockets. The size of the contract is not known, but it is known to include conditions that can be converted into a guaranteed contract during the coming season with partial coverage.
It's been a year's comeback, Anderson, who signed for $ 80 million in four years with Houston in 2016, was traded to Phoenix last summer and back to Miami this February. This summer, he was released as a stretch clause in Miami. Anderson was expected to receive an annual salary of $ 15.6 million in installments in Miami over the next three seasons.
The problem was that they had not found their team for over two months after being released in Miami. Houston reached out to Anderson, and both sides agreed to a contract. The specific contract terms and salary are not known, but they are likely to give veteran minimum-year contracts.
In the last two seasons, Anderson has been somewhat insignificant. From the mighty stretch-type bigman to a undulating and defensive forward. He stopped in 91 games and scored 7.5 points and 3-points in an average of 22.5 minutes.