Chandler healthy, ready to serve as reserve

Center Tyson Chandler says he's healthy and ready to help the Dallas Mavericks maintain their status as a Western Conference power.
In an introductory news conference Thursday, Chandler said the
foot and ankle injuries that kept him out of 29 games for the
Charlotte Bobcats last season are no longer an issue.
Chandler was dealt to the Mavericks on Tuesday along with center
Alexis Ajinca for the contracts of center Erick Dampier, forward
Eduardo Najera and guard Matt Carroll, and cash considerations.
The Mavericks have Chandler slotted as their backup center
behind Brendan Haywood, who signed a six-year, $55 million contract
to remain in Dallas.
Chandler said he has no problems coming off the bench as he
enters the final year of a contract worth $12.7 million.



 
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