Tag: Justin Anderson
UVA alums Malcolm Brogdon and Justin Anderson faced off Wednesday in the NBA Summer League, as Dallas cruised to an 81-64 win over Milwaukee.
UVA basketball alum Justin Anderson put up career highs in points, rebounds and minutes to help Dallas to a key 103-93 win over Memphis on Friday.
UVA basketball alum Justin Anderson is helping key a playoff push by the Dallas Mavericks.
Virginia basketball alum Justin Anderson logged 27 minutes for the Dallas Mavericks Wednesday night as Mavs coach Rick Carlisle gave his starters a night off.
Next time you’re in Dallas, head over to the American Airlines Center, and ask for a Just-In-Time Burger, dreamed up by Mavericks rookie Justin Anderson.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham talks Virginia basketball on this podcast.
Justin Anderson is having a hard time getting minutes in his NBA rookie season, so the Dallas Mavericks have put him on the D-League train.
The Dallas Mavericks have reassigned UVA alum Justin Anderson to the Texas Legends of the NBA Development League.
Justin Anderson is hot-t-t-t-t. The rookie from Virginia scored seven points in 10 minutes off the bench Wednesday night for Dallas in a 118-108 win over the Los Angeles Clippers.
Basketball writers had UVA at the top of the way, way, way too early polls looking at the 2015-2016 season, predicated upon the assumption that guard Justin Anderson would return for his senior season.
Former Virginia All-American Justin Anderson (Montross, Va.) was selected by the Dallas Mavericks in the first round of the 2015 NBA Draft on Thursday (June 25) night. Anderson was the 21st overall pick of the draft and is the first UVa player to be selected in the first round since Cory Alexander was selected 29th overall by San Antonio in 1995.
UVA junior Justin Anderson was selected by the Dallas Mavericks with the 21st pick in the 2015 NBA Draft.
UVA basketball’s Tony Bennett, Malcolm Brogdon (Atlanta, Ga.) and Justin Anderson (Montross, Va.) were honored by the Virginia Sports Information Directors Association (VaSID) on Tuesday (May 12).
UVA junior guard Justin Anderson discusses his decision to declare for the NBA draft.
UVA junior Justin Anderson wasn’t thinking NBA when he started the 2014-2015 season. It was the NBA thinking Justin Anderson that led him to begin pondering over what turned out to be “one of the biggest decisions in my life.”
AFP editor Chris Graham joins host Jim Bresnahan on WREL-1450 in Lexington, Va., to discuss UVA guard Justin Anderson declaring for the 2015 NBA Draft and the Washington Nationals’ ongoing offensive woes.
From the time he first stepped on Grounds, it was obvious that Justin Anderson was destined for a job in professional sports.
With Justin Anderson declaring for the 2015 NBA Draft, Virginia Sports TV relives the memories provided by Simba in his three years on Grounds.
Junior guard Justin Anderson (Montross, Va.) announced Monday (April 13) that he will forego his final season of eligibility at Virginia and enter the 2015 NBA Draft.
At first glance, the news that Justin Anderson is foregoing his senior season to declare for the 2015 NBA Draft is bad news for UVA’s 2016 national-title hopes.
Several media outlets are reporting that UVA junior Justin Anderson has told coach Tony Bennett that he will declare for the 2015 NBA Draft.
Every day brings another slew of college underclassmen declaring for the NBA Draft. All UVA basketball fans care about is Justin Anderson, whose silence has created a vacuum into which fans and sportswriters have contributed endless speculation.
Assuming Justin Anderson returns, and we want to assume that, need to, to be able to function, UVA basketball looks to be maybe #1 or #2 in the preseason rankings for 2015-2016.
There has to be a silver lining from the cruel April Fool’s Twitter joke played by former UVA backup Teven Jones and his former roommate, Justin Anderson.
UVA basketball’s Malcolm Brogdon (Atlanta, Ga.) and Justin Anderson (Montross, Va.) have earned All-America honors from the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), the organization announced Monday (March 30).