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New York Post Feb 22, 2018
Nets determined to make Russell-Dinwiddie pairing work

Nets determined to make Russell-Dinwiddie pairing work

The Nets will pair D’Angelo Russell and Spencer Dinwiddie together more in the second half of the season. Now they have to figure out how they fit, and how...
NetsDaily Feb 21, 2018
‘Expect’ to see more Dinwiddie and Russell, however …

‘Expect’ to see more Dinwiddie and Russell, however …

The Brooklyn Nets returned to practice this week, and on Wednesday spoke to the media for the first time since the end of All-Star Weekend. No Net had a better Weekend than Spencer Dinwiddie, who...
The Brooklyn Game Feb 21, 2018
TBG Roundtable: Thoughts as All-Star Break closes

TBG Roundtable: Thoughts as All-Star Break closes

The Brooklyn Nets go back to practice on Wednesday, thus ending their time off. With the players getting back to work, and Spencer Dinwiddie bringing an All-Star Skills Challenge trophy back to Brooklyn, The Brooklyn Game put together thoughts of the season thus far and adjustments that can be made in the final 23 games.  What…
NetsDaily Feb 21, 2018
Can Spencer Dinwiddie hit another gear? His coach thinks so

Can Spencer Dinwiddie hit another gear? His coach thinks so

Spencer Dinwiddie is, of course, the Nets feel-good story of the Nets season. Young player gets rescued from D-League, shows he belongs, wins a few games and then, the NBA Skills Challenge. Great...
NetsDaily Feb 8, 2018
Spencer Dinwiddie: ‘If I’m moved, I’m moved...’

Spencer Dinwiddie: ‘If I’m moved, I’m moved...’

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Spencer Dinwiddie knows Brooklyn is where he wants to be now and in the future. But he isn’t a fool. He knows it’s that time of the year for business decisions to be made. “The great part about this organization is that Sean Marks and Kenny [Atkinson] are always going to be diligent in the process, trying to improve the team not only by thinking about now, but thinking long-term,” Dinwiddie told NetsDaily. “And you have to respect that whichever way that happens. Obviously I was a beneficiary of that last year. If I’m moved, I’m moved. That’s just the way...
NetsDaily Feb 7, 2018
Does upcoming backcourt logjam mean now’s the time to trade Dinwiddie

Does upcoming backcourt logjam mean now’s the time to trade Dinwiddie

In his daily update on the NBA trade season, Fred Kerber quotes an NBA scout who says the Nets backcourt is so crowded that it may be time to unload Spencer Dinwiddie. “I think the Nets will trade Dinwiddie at some point. They’ve got [Jeremy] Lin coming back. They feel D’Angelo Russell is part of their future. Dinwiddie’s value is probably the highest because he’s got another year at a low number ($1.656 million, partially guaranteed). And he’s playing real well,” the scout said. “If those guys come back healthy, he won’t play as much and then he’s an unrestricted free...
NetsDaily Feb 6, 2018
ANALYSIS: A typical Sean Marks deal to start the trade season

ANALYSIS: A typical Sean Marks deal to start the trade season

In a number of ways, the Nets trade of Tyler Zeller for Rashad Vaughn and a second rounder, likely to be conveyed in 2020, was typical Sean Marks. The Nets got another pick, the eighth one in two years, and what used to be called a “fallen angel,” a player with potential who for whatever reason didn’t make it with the team that drafted him. And while there’s been a lot of discussion of how the Nets could “cash out” on their development projects, players like Joe Harris and Spencer Dinwiddie, Zeller represents another angle in that calculation. It wasn’t that Zeller...
NetsDaily Feb 5, 2018
Woj: Nets likely to ‘keep gathering assets;’ thinks Harris could get ‘maybe a second’

Woj: Nets likely to ‘keep gathering assets;’ thinks Harris could get ‘maybe a second’

At the end of their podcast on the upcoming trade season, Zach Lowe asked Adrian Wojnarowski about teams he’ll be interested in watching at Thursday’s deadline approaches. Boston, of course, he noted, but also the Nets. Without suggesting any trade machine fodder, Woj reiterated what most pundits have been saying, the Nets could do some profit-taking on their development of “second chance guys.” He identified Joe Harris and Spencer Dinwiddie who have the most value, along with DeMarre Carroll, but he also said he thought the ceiling for Harris was “maybe a second (rounder)”...
NetsDaily Feb 5, 2018
Atkinson: Once Russell’s healthy, look for more of him and Dinwiddie

Atkinson: Once Russell’s healthy, look for more of him and Dinwiddie

In the nine games since D’Angelo Russell stepped back on the court, he and Spencer Dinwiddie have played together exactly 13 minutes in four games. (They have a plus/minus of plus 4) Now, Brian Lewis reports, Kenny Atkinson said he’s going to try to get the two guards more time together, but wants to see Russell’s minutes increase. Since his return, DLo has averaged 17.9 points and 9.0 points. “It’s a combination of both. I’d love to see them together more and see what that looks like. And then D’Angelo obviously his minutes have to go up for that to work,” said...
NetsDaily Feb 2, 2018
LISTEN UP! Nets talk loss to Lakers, Lopez’s return

LISTEN UP! Nets talk loss to Lakers, Lopez’s return

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NetsDaily Feb 2, 2018
Lakers take down Nets in Brook Lopez’s return, 102-99

Lakers take down Nets in Brook Lopez’s return, 102-99

... But at least Jarrett Allen looked good BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Another heartbreaker in the final seconds. The Nets and Lakers were all tied up at 85 apiece entering the fourth. Spencer Dinwiddie scored 14 points within six minutes in the third, which helped lift Brooklyn get over the hump. But as Jeremy Lin said before the game, the next step for these young Nets is finishing games, which didn’t happen. The Lakers started the fourth on a 10-2 run and gained an eight-point lead. In came D’Angelo Russell, playing with Dinwiddie and Jarrett Allen. The Nets stormed back and trailed by two...
NetsDaily Feb 1, 2018
Spencer Dinwiddie selected for NBA Skills Challenge

Spencer Dinwiddie selected for NBA Skills Challenge

Spencer Dinwiddie’s extraordinary year continues. The Nets announced Thursday night that although “Spencer Dinwiddie NBAVote” failed, Brooklyn’s point guard has been selected to the NBA Skills Challenge. .@SDinwiddie_25 will represent Brooklyn in the #NBAAllStar #TacoBellSkills Challenge! pic.twitter.com/yty1gGxaXm— Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) February 2, 2018 RT to congratulate @SDinwiddie_25 on being named to the #TacoBellSkills Challenge! pic.twitter.com/JU9gLVedf0— Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) February 2, 2018 Part of NBA All-Star Weekend, the Skills...
NetsDaily Feb 1, 2018
LISTEN UP! Nets get much-needed victory over Philadelphia

LISTEN UP! Nets get much-needed victory over Philadelphia

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NetsDaily Jan 31, 2018
Brooklyn’s backcourt helps snap 4-game skid, 116-108

Brooklyn’s backcourt helps snap 4-game skid, 116-108

Brooklyn’s backcourt: Reloaded. Behind the lead of Spencer Dinwiddie and D’Angelo Russell, the Brooklyn Nets (19-33) snapped their four-game losing streak with a 116-108 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers, Wednesday night at Barclays Center. The Nets also notched their first victory against an Atlantic Division team (1-9). With Caris LeVert and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson sitting out and the Nets coming off a 16-point loss against the Knicks last night, somebody needed to step up. So, Russell and Dinwiddie took control. The two played together for the first time since Russell returned...
NetsDaily Jan 29, 2018
Dinwiddie: Before the season, ‘We weren’t sure what my role would be’

Dinwiddie: Before the season, ‘We weren’t sure what my role would be’

Sideline Stories is a documentary series created by Backpack Broadcasting to highlight stories in sports that are unique, and perhaps unknown to most viewers, like Spencer Dinwiddie, Nets’ folk hero. Dinwiddie’s rise has been told and retold, but the Nets point guard reveals to our Dexter Henry that before the season, before Jeremy Lin went down for the season and D’Angelo Russell got hurt, he didn’t know what his role would be. And nor did the Nets. “It’s been special, man,” Dinwiddie says talking about his year. “Seeing the kind of culmination of all the hard work and...

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