10:05 AM EDT, Thu October 18, 2018
Nothin' But Nets 2 hours ago

Brooklyn Nets: Caris LeVert’s case for Most Improved Player

Spencer Dinwiddie was denied the Most Improved Player award for his efforts last season, but that doesn’t mean that another finalist isn’t looming on the Brooklyn Nets’ roster. Meet Caris LeVert. After the announcement that Caris LeVert would be in the starting lineup for the Brooklyn Nets to open up the season aside D’Angelo Russell, it […] Brooklyn Nets: Caris LeVert’s case for Most Improved Player - Nothin But Nets - Nothin But Nets - A Brooklyn Nets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
NetsDaily 12 hours ago
Same story, different year: Nets drop the ball late and lose to Detroit, 103-100

Same story, different year: Nets drop the ball late and lose to Detroit, 103-100

The hyped-up Caris LeVert finished with 27 points in Brooklyn’s first game of the season, but it wasn’t enough for the Nets to bring home a victory. It was the same story, just a different year: Pistons 103, Nets 100. The two teams were tied at 51 apiece at half when Detroit shifted their game plan. They began pounding the ball inside the paint and taking it to Brooklyn’s undersized bigs, namely Andre Drummond who finished with 24 points and 20 rebounds. But, Brooklyn didn’t go away. Spencer Dinwiddie and Caris LeVert led the comeback charge as the Nets regained the lead with 4:22...
SNY TV Oct 15, 2018

Nets' Spencer Dinwiddie cannot get enough of bitcoin

Spencer Dinwiddie has an obsession outside of basketball and he's found it in cryptocurrency.
Nothin' But Nets Oct 13, 2018

Brooklyn Nets: Spencer Dinwiddie made sure Nets were better than Knicks

Spencer Dinwiddie reiterated his stance that the Brooklyn Nets were better than the New York Knicks. Then he made sure that was the case with on the court. In an interview that aired on YES Network before Friday night’s preseason finale between the Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks, Spencer Dinwiddie reiterated his stance taken […] Brooklyn Nets: Spencer Dinwiddie made sure Nets were better than Knicks - Nothin But Nets - Nothin But Nets - A Brooklyn Nets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Daily Knicks Oct 12, 2018

New York Knicks: Are the Nets better? Spencer Dinwiddie clearly thinks so

Spencer Dinwiddie of the Brooklyn Nets said his squad is better than the New York Knicks. When the Nets moved to Brooklyn in 2012, they joined the New York Knicks to make it two teams in New York City for the first time since 1976-77. They were still in proximity of each other, but there […] New York Knicks: Are the Nets better? Spencer Dinwiddie clearly thinks so - Daily Knicks - Daily Knicks - A New York Knicks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
ClutchPoints Oct 12, 2018
Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie: ‘We’re better than the Knicks’

Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie: ‘We’re better than the Knicks’

Brooklyn Nets point guard Spencer Dinwiddie isn’t one to sugarcoat things, telling local YES Network something that might just ignite the in-state rivalry that much more. The chiseled 6-foot-6 dynamo first took aim at New York Knicks center Enes Kanter and his hopeful takes on the playoffs while addressing Metta World Peace’s prediction of the […] The post Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie: ‘We’re better than the Knicks’ appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Nothin' But Nets Oct 12, 2018

Brooklyn Nets: Spencer Dinwiddie’s award comments not wrong

Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie set the record straight on comments aired Wednesday on YES Network about the Most Improved Player voting last season. Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie went on the record — for a long time — during his media availability on Thursday, one day after comments taken from a much broader response […] Brooklyn Nets: Spencer Dinwiddie’s award comments not wrong - Nothin But Nets - Nothin But Nets - A Brooklyn Nets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
ClutchPoints Oct 12, 2018
Spencer Dinwiddie meant no slight to Victor Oladipo, Clint Capela when calling himself Most Improved Player of 2017-18

Spencer Dinwiddie meant no slight to Victor Oladipo, Clint Capela when calling himself Most Improved Player of 2017-18

Brooklyn Nets point man Spencer Dinwiddie clarified his intent after proclaiming he was the most improved player in the NBA last year. The 6-foot-6 dynamo expressed concern about being taken out of context before, as if slighting Most Improved Player award winner Victor Oladipo and runner-up Clint Capela. Dinwiddie wanted to make it clear — […] The post Spencer Dinwiddie meant no slight to Victor Oladipo, Clint Capela when calling himself Most Improved Player of 2017-18 appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Oct 11, 2018
Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie thinks he should have won Most Improved Player last year

Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie thinks he should have won Most Improved Player last year

Indiana Pacers shooting guard Victor Oladipo won the 2017-18 NBA’s Most Improved Player of the Year award, an honor Brooklyn Nets point guard Spencer Dinwiddie thinks he should have gotten instead. During an interview with Michael Grady of the YES Network, Dinwiddie said Oladipo and runner-up Clint Capela had great years, but that his rise from […] The post Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie thinks he should have won Most Improved Player last year appeared first on ClutchPoints.
NetsDaily Oct 11, 2018
Spencer Dinwiddie: ‘No way I shouldn’t have won Most Improved’

Spencer Dinwiddie: ‘No way I shouldn’t have won Most Improved’

Spencer Dinwiddie was a finalist for last season’s Most Improved Player and in fact was the only Net to get ANY votes in the post-season award compilations. Jarrett Allen didn’t get votes for Rookie of the Year. Sean Marks didn’t get votes for Executive of the Year. But as he told Michael Grady of the YES Network, that was definitely not enough, definitely not rewarding. Dinwiddie believes — strongly — that he should have won the award, noting that if the award was truly about improvement, development, his narrative should have won the day... beating out the ultimate winner,...
SNY TV Oct 11, 2018

Nets' Dinwiddie thinks he should have won Most Improved Player over Oladipo, Capela

Nets PG Spencer Dinwiddie thinks he should have won the Most Improved Player award last season over Victor Oladipo and Clint Capela, and he didn't mince words when making his point.
NetsDaily Oct 3, 2018
Kenny starts LeVert; says Rondae will return at the 4 upon return

Kenny starts LeVert; says Rondae will return at the 4 upon return

He also discussed the combination of Spencer Dinwiddie and D’Angelo Russell, plus what to expect from Kenneth Faried, Ed Davis and Shabazz Napier In his first pre-game address of the season … okay preseason Kenny Atkinson had plenty to say, since there was plenty ask. After announcing the debut starting line-up of D’Angelo Russell, Allen Crabbe, Caris LeVert, DeMarre Carroll and Jarrett Allen, Atkinson quickly said Rondae Hollis-Jefferson will return to start at the 4 upon his return from injury. “When Rondae’s back fully, I expect Rondae to be in that position and we’ll...
SNY TV Oct 2, 2018

Nets' Dinwiddie eager to improve after taking 'half step' forward last season

Nets PG Spencer Dinwiddie considers the progress he made last season only a "half step" forward -- and he's hungry for more.
NetsDaily Sep 23, 2018
Do NBA2k19 ratings matter to players? You be the judge!

Do NBA2k19 ratings matter to players? You be the judge!

Over the past couple of NBA seasons, players have publicly reacted to their NBA 2K player ratings ... and usually not positively. With NBA2K19 now on the market and player ratings and statistics now public, a couple of Nets players have reacted to their player ratings. Here are the full player overall and potential ratings for the Brooklyn Nets via Bryan Fonseca. —D’Angelo Russell: 83 overall, 86 potential —Spencer Dinwiddie: 79, 79 —Rondae Hollis-Jefferson: 78, 79 —Jarrett Allen: 78, 78 —DeMarre Carroll: 77, 78 —Caris LeVert: 76, 79 —Allen Crabbe: 76, 78 —Kenneth...
ClutchPoints Sep 22, 2018
Nets players bond over ‘Power’

Nets players bond over ‘Power’

The Brooklyn Nets are excited about the upcoming season, but that’s not the only thing they are worried about. Like many, the Nets are wholly invested in the Starz television show, “Power.” “When you come to the locker room, you’re like, ‘Hey y’all catch this?'” guard Spencer Dinwiddie told Leo Sepkowitz of Bleacher Report. “If […] The post Nets players bond over ‘Power’ appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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