• Spencer Dinwiddie
    PG, Brooklyn Nets

    Spencer Dinwiddie said that improving scoring efficiency was his top priority this offseason.

    Dinwiddie's field goal percentage greatly hurt his overall fantasy value last year and it got worse as the season progressed. After the All-Star break he shot 38.1 percent from the field and 28.3 percent from deep. He was eventually replaced in the starting lineup when DeAngelo Russell returned from injury and was barely a top-200 fantasy player over the last two months of the season. Even if Dinwiddie starts the season as a backup, the Nets plan to use a lot of two point guard sets and his minutes should not be an issue. If he improves his efficiency, he has the stat-set to be a top-100 fantasy player.

    Source: Nets Daily