April 11, 2019, 3:44 amSpencer DinwiddieG, Brooklyn Nets
Spencer Dinwiddie had eight points, five assists and two threes in 25 minutes to wrap up another good season on Wednesday.
Dinwiddie was no sure thing this season as his success last year came from extended minutes while D'Angelo Russell was out. So, it was a pleasant surprise that while his assists and steals dropped, his points and FG percentage rose, causing him to finish in the top-120 (8-cat) on a per-game basis. Dinwiddie is now signed long-term, so you can expect more of the same from him unless Russell leaves and he inherits a starting job once again.