February 21, 2018, 1:25 pm
Russell is more of a natural two-guard and Dinwiddie has excelled as the main point guard for the Nets so this makes plenty of sense. Dinwiddie should continue to flirt with top-60 numbers the rest of the way even with his dismal shooting percentage (38 percent). Russell should move back into the top-100 for the remainder of the season with an increase of playing time. He produced averages of 18.3 points, 4.7 boards, 6.3 assists, and 2.0 treys in 28.4 minutes per game over the last three games.
FWIW, Russell and Dinwiddie are minus-20 in 112 minutes together all season. #Nets have a ways to go to get them playing at optimal level together, but doing so would be huge.
— Brian Lewis (@NYPost_Lewis) February 21, 2018