Spencer Dinwiddie shooting jumpers already , season return not out of the question

When Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie suffered a torn ACL in his right knee on December 27, conventional wisdom suggested that he would be lost for the year. Dinwiddie had surgery on January 4 and has been working at a frenetic pace in his rehabilitation. He is documenting his workouts and progress via his Instagram account; it is very apparent he has progressed very well in his recovery. He verified that sentiment in a Q and A at Collision, a tech conference last Thursday when he said his recovery is “going…

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Spencer Dinwiddie diagnosed with partially torn ACL

From nba.com and the Nets: Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie has suffered a partially torn ACL in his right knee, the team announced on Monday. Dinwiddie is scheduled for surgery next week. He is expected to make a full recovery before next season, per Shams Charania of The Athletic. He suffered the injury on contact, Charania reports, but there is no other structural damage to the knee. Dinwiddie left last night’s 106-104 loss to the Charlotte Hornets in the third quarterwith what was called a right knee strain. Dinwiddie has started alongside Kyrie…

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Spencer Dinwiddie leaves game early with knee strain

From nba.com staff: Brooklyn’s puzzling Sunday defeat to the Charlotte Hornets carried extra sting with the loss of starting guard Spencer Dinwiddie. The former second-round pick suffered a strained right knee in the third quarter when he fell awkwardly while driving and passing the ball. He did not return. Following Brooklyn’s 106-104 loss to the Hornets, Nets coach Steve Nash said Dinwiddie would be further evaluated on Monday. The Nets host Memphis on Monday (7:30 ET, NBA TV). Dinwiddie has started alongside Kyrie Irving in the backcourt in the Nets’ three games…

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Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie leaves Roc Nation, considering self-representation

According to The Athletic’s Shams Charania, Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie is leaving Roc Nation and “seriously considering representing himself.” Dinwiddie’s departure comes barely a year after joining the agency in September 2019, shortly after his former agent , Raymond Brothers was hired by the firm.

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