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NetsDaily May 16, 2018
Spencer Dinwiddie named finalist for NBA’s Most Improved Player

Spencer Dinwiddie named finalist for NBA’s Most Improved Player

By little surprise, Spencer Dinwiddie is a finalist for the NBA’s Most Improved Player award. Dinwiddie joins Victory Oladipo (Indiana) and Clint Capela (Houston) as the three nominees for the award. The three finalists for #KiaMIP... @VicOladipo, @CapelaClint, @SDinwiddie_25! The 2018 #NBAAwards air 6/25 @NBAonTNT! pic.twitter.com/XU7rmL0yKy— NBA (@NBA) May 17, 2018 Dinwiddie, who spent his time in and out of the G-League, came into the season with a purpose. He went into the season with an non-guaranteed contract and was caught in a backcourt logjam, sitting behind D’Angelo...
The Dream Shake May 16, 2018
Harden, Gordon, Capela named Award Finalists

Harden, Gordon, Capela named Award Finalists

Multiple Rockets show up on the end-of-season award finalist list. The Rockets heard many players called in TNT’s announcement of the end-of-season award finalist lists. James Harden was named a Top 3 finisher for MVP alongside Cleveland’s LeBron James and New Orleans’s Anthony Davis. It would be Harden’s first MVP if he won the award. Clint Capela had a fantastic season, which led him to consideration for the NBA’s Most Improved Player award. He is nominated alongside Pacers All-Star Victor Oladipo and Nets breakout star Spencer Dinwiddie. Eric Gordon is looking to repeat as the...
NetsDaily May 15, 2018
Will Nets look to improve 3-point shooting this summer? You bet

Will Nets look to improve 3-point shooting this summer? You bet

We know the Brooklyn Nets love shooting, deep shooting ... breaking records for 3-pointers, attempted and made as a team and in Allen Crabbe’s case, as a player. They came within one three of breaking the NBA record in a late season game vs. the Bulls. If only Spencer Dinwiddie’s last minute shot hadn’t gone in and out... In fact, toward the end of the 2017-18 season, we saw the team morph into the playing style Kenny Atkinson wants to see from his club. After the All-Star Break, the Nets were fifth in 3-point shooting percentage. Overall, they finished 19th for the season after...
Hoops Habit May 11, 2018

Brooklyn Nets: 2017-18 player grades for Spencer Dinwiddie

After being pushed into a starting role due to so many injuries, Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie stepped up and performed better than expected. Brooklyn Nets fans must be ecstatic with how Spencer Dinwiddie did season. After injuries to Jeremy Lin and D’Angelo Russell, the starting point guard spot was vacant. Dinwiddie took control without […] Brooklyn Nets: 2017-18 player grades for Spencer Dinwiddie - Hoops Habit - Hoops Habit - NBA News, Rumors, Analysis, Opinion and Stats
NetsDaily May 9, 2018
Stephen A compliments Dinwiddie talking SVG departure ... He responds

Stephen A compliments Dinwiddie talking SVG departure ... He responds

Early Monday afternoon, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported that the Pistons have decided to part ways with head coach and general manager Stan Van Gundy. Among many to come through the Piston pipeline under SVG was Spencer Dinwiddie, a Brooklyn Net, a fan favorite and as we know well, one of the league’s most improved player of the 2017-18 season. Did Van Gundy blow it with Dinwiddie and was he an exemplar of why SVG got the axe? Stephen A Smith thinks so. On his show early Monday, Smith discussed Van Gundy’s front office blunders in Detroit, after offering praise of SVG the...
NetsDaily May 2, 2018
The underappreciated development of Rondae Hollis-Jefferson

The underappreciated development of Rondae Hollis-Jefferson

When examples of development are needed to argue on behalf of Sean Marks and Kenny Atkinson’s stewardship of the Nets, the names most commonly cited are those of Spencer Dinwiddie, Joe Harris and Jarrett Allen. But what about Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, the most senior Net in terms of time in Brooklyn? As Mike Scotto notes in “The Athletic,” RHJ’s numbers —and maturity— are hard to dismiss. According to Basketball-Reference, Hollis-Jefferson dramatically improved his shooting percentage in the 10-16 feet range from last season (.347) to this season (.477). Hollis-Jefferson made a...
NetsDaily Apr 27, 2018
Brooklyn’s backcourt of the future feeling their way

Brooklyn’s backcourt of the future feeling their way

There’s been so much talk about the Nets backcourt logjam, particularly with Jeremy Lin’s optimism that after two injury-filled seasons, he expects to be back at a high level next season. There’s Lin and D’Angelo Russell and Spencer Dinwiddie and Caris LeVert and Isaiah Whitehead. Some may not be at HSS Training Center come October and the Nets have said they will take the “best player available” in the Draft and he (or they!) could add to the aforementioned logjam. All that said, the Nets season already led to a shakeout of sorts ... in the future. Long-term, it’s hard...
Nothin' But Nets Apr 25, 2018

Brooklyn Nets 2017-2018 Player Grade: Spencer Dinwiddie

Spencer Dinwiddie entered the season with modest expectations, but put together one of the most productive seasons of all Brooklyn Nets’ players. The fourth year guard deserves an A- for his contributions this season. In the opening game of the 2017-2018 season, Spencer Dinwiddie didn’t see the court a whole lot. Playing just 17 minutes, […] Brooklyn Nets 2017-2018 Player Grade: Spencer Dinwiddie - Nothin But Nets - Nothin But Nets - A Brooklyn Nets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
ClutchPoints Apr 24, 2018
Spencer Dinwiddie immediately regrets saying Derrick Rose is the best player in Rockets-Timberwolves series

Spencer Dinwiddie immediately regrets saying Derrick Rose is the best player in Rockets-Timberwolves series

In the playoffs, 16 teams compete for the title. The other teams and its respective players that did not qualify, well, watch at home and tweet their opinions. Spencer Dinwiddie of the Brooklyn Nets said that Derrick Rose is the best player in the series between the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Houston Rockets. He immediately […] The post Spencer Dinwiddie immediately regrets saying Derrick Rose is the best player in Rockets-Timberwolves series appeared first on ClutchPoints.
NetsDaily Apr 23, 2018
Spencer Dinwiddie: An underdog who shocked the NBA

Spencer Dinwiddie: An underdog who shocked the NBA

NetsDaily exclusive with Spencer Dinwiddie on his expectations entering the season, his work ethic and why he feels he’s a fit in Brooklyn for the long haul Spencer Dinwiddie sits in front of his locker with a plate of watermelon in late October. He might be nervous, but you’d never tell by looking at him. The Nets were set to face off against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers and Dinwiddie was about to start for the first time last season, nearly 11 months after the Nets plucked him from the G League. I asked the 24-year-old if he had any extra nerves going up against the...

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