Spencer Dinwiddie waves bye-bye to Brooklyn
Fan favorite off to Washington D.C. after sign-and-trade deal
Spencer Dinwiddie has too much talent and likely cost too much money to be a Brooklyn Net next season.
Especially with Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and James Harden running it back in 2021-22.
So on Friday, when the NBA lifts its moratorium on announcing free-agent signings and trades, Dinwiddie will be a Washington Wizard after five productive seasons in a Downtown Brooklyn, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
The Nets signed the versatile guard/forward to a three-year deal estimated to be in the $60 million range and sent him to our nation’s capital for a pair of future second-round draft picks and an $11.5 million trade exception.