Ryan Anderson Trade: Forward Signs Four Year, $36 Million Deal With Hornets, According To Report

More details about the trade that is sending Ryan Anderson to the New Orleans Hornets are being unveiled, as Adrian Wojnarowski of Y! Sports is now reporting the terms of Andersons new contract with the Hornets is four years and $36 million dollars.

In four NBA seasons, Anderson has averaged 10.4 points and 5.3 rebounds per game.

The Orlando Magic were not going to re-sign Anderson, so he was sent to New Orleans in exchange for Gustavo Ayon Sunday afternoon. The Hornets have yet to make additional moves in order to free the cap space for Anderson's contract.

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