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Latest StatsPhiladelphia 76ers vs. Brooklyn Nets on Apr 20, 2023 Stats (home)
Three Pointers Made: 2.25
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 34.71
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 33.73
Brooklyn Nets vs. Philadelphia 76ers on Apr 17, 2023 Stats (away)
Three Pointers Made: 2.18
Fantasy Points Draft Kings: 33.83
Fantasy Points Fan Duel: 32.9
Spencer Dinwiddie is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the Brooklyn Nets of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He was drafted by the Detroit Pistons in 2014 with the 38th overall pick and has gone on to become one of the league’s most versatile players.
Dinwiddie was born in Los Angeles, California on April 6, 1993. He attended Woodland Hills Taft High School where he played both football and basketball. In basketball, he averaged 16 points per game as a junior which earned him first-team All-West Valley League honors in 2010. As a senior, he averaged 18 points per game and was named West Valley League Player of the Year before earning a spot on USA Today’s All-USA fourth team.
Following high school, Dinwiddie attended college at Colorado University from 2011 to 2014 where he continued his successful basketball career. He led Colorado Buffaloes to two NCAA Tournament appearances during his time there while averaging 14 points per game over three seasons which earned him First Team All Pac-12 honors twice along with Big 12 Freshman of the Year Award in 2012–13 season. After declaring for NBA Draft after his junior year his stock rose even higher when scouts saw how well rounded he had become as an all around point guard prospect.
In 2014 draft Dinwiddie was selected by Detroit Pistons but didn’t play much due to injuries so they traded him to Chicago Bulls in 2016 where he also failed to make major impact due lack of playing time under then head coach Fred Hoiberg . In 2017 season Bulls waived Spencer so Brooklyn Nets picked him up giving him chance prove himself again . Since joining Brooklyn nets Spencer developed into valuable three point shooter , play maker , defender and leader eventually being named starting Point Guard for 2018 -2019 Season . His strong work ethic helped turn himself from overlooked second round pick into key piece for Brooklyn Nets helping them reach playoffs past few seasons .
In 2019 Spencer suffered torn ACL injury that ended his season prematurely however despite this set back dinwiddle still managed average 20 +points per game prior suffering injury proving just how lethal scorer could be when healthy . Thanks multiple surgeries rehabilitation process went great allowing spencer get back court sooner than expected making return official December 2020 against Milwaukee Bucks after missing out entire 2019 -2020 Season returning form better than ever leading nets comeback win over bucks showing flashes performance prior injury making netizens very happy what future holds their beloved Star Point Guard..
With career averages of 12 points 5 assists 3 rebounds 1 steal and 0 blocks Per Game through seven NBA Seasons Spencer has proven why teams should not overlook talents found later rounds NBA Draft becoming rare example success story among late picks exceeded expectations taking full advantage opportunities given throughout years achieve greatness all levels proving once again hard work dedication can lead path greatness amongst greatest stage world sports no matter situation faced or adversity overcome continue strive succeed each every single day pave way brighter future ahead everyone involved