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.
Anderson is done for the 2013-14 season and the lack of clarity about his rehab and recovery leaves open the possibility that he won't be ready for training camp, either. The Pelicans trainers are still working with him and we'll pass along any updates as they become available.
Kevin Seraphin (knee) practiced fully on Tuesday and he's probable to return to action vs. Charlotte on Wednesday.
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Seraphin hasn't played in three weeks and his minutes will likely be limited at first, but he's worth keeping an eye on if you want to pluck a center off the waiver wire. Al Harrington, Drew Gooden and Chris Singleton have been backing up starters Marcin Gortat and Trevor Booker, and it's not far-fetched to imagine Seraphin carving out a substantial role off the bench.
C.J. Miles (sprained left ankle) didn't practice on Tuesday and he's questionable to face the Suns on Wednesday.
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It seems unlikely that Miles would play without practicing, but we should get a clearer picture of his status after Wednesday's shootaround. He is expected to return during Cleveland's current three-game road trip which continues with games Friday vs. the Warriors and Sunday vs. the Clippers.