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Dinwiddie apologizes to teammates, adds: ‘we’re all frustrated’
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Dinwiddie apologizes to teammates, adds: ‘we’re all frustrated’

As he toed the free throw line with 3:51 to go, down 89-81 against the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday night, Spencer Dinwiddie had a grand total of two points. Dinwiddie, who had averaged 17.1 points and 6.0 assists in the previous seven games leading up to Wednesday night, drained both, slicing the deficit to six. Half a minute later, Dinwiddie, with an opportunity to bring the Nets within four, revisited the foul-line in the same exact scenario. He missed both, and although he somewhat redeemed himself with two lay-ups and a made free throw in the subsequent minute, it still left the...
NetsDaily 10 hours ago

Depleted Spurs hand Nets third straight loss, 100-95

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — The Brooklyn Nets are the biggest tease in the NBA. Playing without Kawhi Leonard, Rudy Gay and Manu Ginobili, one might have thought the Nets had a legitimate chance to break their 4-game losing streak at home. Instead, the Spurs defeated the Nets, 100-95, handing the Nets their...
NetsDaily 13 hours ago

Gregg Popovich: “[The Nets] are going in the right direction”

When Sean Marks was first introduced as GM of the Brooklyn Nets, he immediately gave praise to Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich and General Manger R.C. Buford, who encouraged Nets’ brass to take a chance on Marks. “I’m privileged to have had the opportunity in San Antonio to be around some really...
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Kenny Atkinson knows a lot about Spencer Dinwiddie. Gregg Popovich? Not so much

Pre-game Notes from Kenny Atkinson and Pop What more can be said about Spencer Dinwiddie? Challenge accepted, says Kenny Atkinson. Okay, not really, but the second-year head coach did distribute some praise in the direction of Dinwiddie, who is enjoying...

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