Ryan Anderson had surgery on Tuesday to repair a herniated cervical disc.
Ryan Anderson will have surgery to repair the herniated cervical disc which ended his 2013-14 season.
Ryan Anderson is "talking to a number of doctors all over the country" about the herniated disc in his neck which ended his season after 19 games.
Ryan Anderson said Monday that his herniated discs aren't healing and that he's still experiencing tingling in his fingers.
The Pelicans received their Disabled Player Exception valued at $4.15 million for Ryan Anderson on Wednesday.
The Pelicans will soon receive a Disabled Player Exception for Ryan Anderson (neck), according to ESPN's Marc Stein.
Ryan Anderson (neck) is scheduled to get another medical evaluation later this month and will also seek a second opinion from another doctor.
Ryan Anderson (neck) will be re-evaluated after two months to see if he requires neck surgery.
Ryan Anderson will miss at least two months due to a herniated disk in his back.
Coach Monty Williams said on Friday that he's not going to speculate on a timetable for Ryan Anderson (neck).
Ryan Anderson has been diagnosed with a herniated disc and is out indefinitely.
Ryan Anderson (cervical stinger) has been talking to his friends and family while he is still under medical evaluation in Boston on Saturday, according to TV reports on FOX Sports Indiana.
Ryan Anderson (cervical stinger) hasn't left the hospital in Boston following his scary fall during Friday's game.
Ryan Anderson is being evaluated at a local Boston hospital for a cervical stinger after leaving Friday's game on a stretcher.