Cole Anthony will play on Wednesday vs. Wizards

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Magic rookie Cole Anthony practiced on Tuesday and will play on Wednesday vs. the Wizards.

Anthony has not played since suffering a non-displaced fracture of the right first rib on Feb. 9. He began doing more shooting and dribbling drills and eventually progressed to some contact before returning to practice on Tuesday with the team.

The point guard will come off the bench in his first game back, but will join a different team than when he last played.

Of course, the team, in separate moves, traded Nikola Vucevic, Aaron Gordon and Evan Fournier while acquiring R.J. Hampton, Gary Harris, Otto Porter Jr. and Wendell Carter Jr. Anthony will now be tasked with adjusting to his new teammates while acting as the primary ballhandler.

Anthony, through 25 games played, is averaging 11 points, 4.4 rebounds and 3.8 assists this season.

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