June 21, 2018, 2:50 pmSpencer DinwiddieG, Brooklyn Nets
The Nets are trying to trade their way into the teens of the draft and can use pick No. 29 and Spencer Dinwiddie as trade chips.
It's no secret that the Nets have a bit of a logjam in the backcourt, though Dinwiddie turned in an excellent campaign last year and it's probably unwise to count on full seasons from Jeremy Lin and D'Angelo Russell. Still, players like Allen Crabbe and Caris LeVert can handle minutes at the two as well, so the Nets might be willing to move Dinwiddie now to deal with their roster imbalance while moving up in the draft. There are a few teams in the teens who could use a point guard, but whether Dinwiddie and No. 29 are enticing enough remains to be seen.
Source: The Athletic