Spencer Dinwiddie

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Spencer

Dinwiddie

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HEIGHT

6 ft6 in

/ 1.98m

WEIGHT

210 lbs

/ 95.3kg

LATEST VIDEOS

0021800673_Brooklyn Nets Top 3-pointers vs. Orlando Magic

0021800673 - Spencer Dinwiddie - Brooklyn Nets - Orlando Magic - And-1 - 4Q

0021800673 - Spencer Dinwiddie - Brooklyn Nets - Orlando Magic - And-1 - 4Q

All Dunks of the Day, 01/16/2019

20190116 top 10

Check out the top ten plays from this Wednesday in the NBA.

20190116 gametime nets rockets postgame

The NBA TV analysts discuss the Net's win over the Rockets and James Harden's career night.

0021800659 BKN HOU RECAP

James Harden finishes with a season-high 58 points, but it wasn't enough as Spencer Dinwiddie scores 33 points and Jarrett Allen adds an impressive double-double (20 points, 24 rebounds) to help the Nets improve to .500 on the season with the overtime victory.

0021800659_Spencer Dinwiddie (33 points) Highlights vs. Houston Rockets

0021800659_Brooklyn Nets with 6 3-pointers in the 4th Quarter vs. Houston Rockets

0021800659_Spencer Dinwiddie with 18 Points in the 4th Quarter vs. Houston Rockets

0021800659 - Spencer Dinwiddie - Brooklyn Nets - Houston Rockets - Buzzer-Beater - OT

0021800659 - Spencer Dinwiddie - Brooklyn Nets - Houston Rockets - Deep 3-pointer - 4Q

0021800659 - Spencer Dinwiddie - Brooklyn Nets - Houston Rockets - Deep 3-pointer - 4Q

0021800659 - Spencer Dinwiddie - Brooklyn Nets - Houston Rockets - Deep 3-pointer - 4Q

20190114 Top 10

Check out the top ten plays from Sunday in the NBA.

0021800645 - Spencer Dinwiddie - Brooklyn Nets - Boston Celtics - Buzzer-Beater - 2Q

0021800645 - Spencer Dinwiddie - Brooklyn Nets - Boston Celtics - Buzzer-Beater - 2Q

0021800645 - Spencer Dinwiddie - Brooklyn Nets - Boston Celtics - Buzzer-Beater - 2Q

0021800624 BKN TOR RECAP

Kawhi Leonard finishes with 20 points and five Raptors bench players score in double figures as Toronto takes care of business at home.

0021800624_Brooklyn Nets with a 12-0 Run vs. Toronto Raptors


PLAYER BIO

Professional History

2015-16 (DETROIT):
Played in 12 games (no starts) and averaged 4.8 ppg, 1.4 rpg, 1.8 apg and 0.56 spg in 13.3 mpg … scored 10+ points twice … led the team in scoring once and in assists once … grabbed career-high 5 rebounds and dished out season-high 5 assists in season-high 29 minutes at CLE (4/13) … recorded season highs in points (17) at LAL (11/15) … was assigned to the Grand Rapids Drive for 13 games where he averaged 14.7 ppg, 3.5 rpg, 6.0 apg and 2.20 spg in 33.7 mpg … missed two games with a sore left knee and 15 games with a right ankle … inactive for 11 games and recorded 26 DNP-CD.

CAREER:
Played in 46 NBA games (one start) with averages of 4.4 ppg, 1.4 rpg, 2.7 apg, 0.50 spg and 13.3 mpg … holds career shooting marks of .314 from the field, .173 from long range and .746 from the foul line … has scored in double figures six times and eclipsed the 20 point mark once.

2014-15 (DETROIT):
Played in 34 games (one start) and averaged 4.3 ppg, 1.4 rpg, 3.1 apg, 0.60 spg and 13.4 mpg … scored 10+ points 4 times and 20+ points once … dished out 10+ assists once and recorded one points/assists double-double … led the team in assists five times … blocked career-high 2 shots at BOS (3/22) … dished out career-high 10 assists vs. CHI (3/21) … recorded career highs in points (20) and rebounds (4) at WAS (2/28) ... recorded career-high 3 steals and played in a career-high 31 minutes vs. CHI (2/20) … was assigned to the Grand Rapids Drive for eight games where he averaged 13.0 ppg and 5.4 apg … missed eight games with left ankle sprain and totaled 32 DNP-CDs.

TRANSACTIONS:
Signed as a free agent with the Chicago Bulls (7/28/16).

College History

COLLEGE CAREER:
Played in 86 games over the span of three seasons at Colorado … averaged 13.0 ppg, 3.3 rpg, 2.6 apg and 1.12 spg in 30.1 mpg … shot .420 from the field, .386 from three and .830 from the foul line … guided Colorado to three NCAA Tournament berths. 2013-14: Appeared in 17 games and averaged 14.7 ppg, 3.8 apg, 3.1 rpg and 1.53 spg in 31.1 mpg … shot .466 form the field, .413 from downtown and .857 from the charity stripe … led in assists 11 times, steals eight times and scoring six times … scored 20+ points three times, all victories … notched 28 points on 8-14 FG shooting and an 11-11 FT effort at Colorado State … missed the last 18 games of season because of an ACL injury occurring in a game at Washington (1/14) … at the time of the injury, Colorado was 14-2 and a No. 15 national ranking … selected for the Top-50 Preseason Watch Lists of the Bob Cousy Award (nation’s top point guard) and the James Naismith and John R. Wooden Awards (Player of the Year) … a member of the 2013 USA Basketball Men’s World University Games Team in Kazen, Russia … was one of three players on Team USA to start all eight games … averaged 7.9 ppg and led Team USA with 44 assists (5.5 apg) and 12 steals (1.5 spg). 2012-13: Played in 33 games and averaged 15.3 ppg, 3.2 rpg, 3.0 apg and 1.33 spg in 32.5 mpg … shot .415 from the field, .338 from three and .825 from the foul line … led the team in scoring, assists and free-throw percentage … named to the Bob Cousy Watch List in December … helped the Buffaloes to their second consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance for the first time in 50 years … recorded eight games of 20+ points, including a career-high 29 in home win over Colorado State … of the major conferences, was one of just six sophomores to lead their teams in points (505), assists (99) and 3-point field goals (47) … set a school record at Oregon State by scoring the most points ever by a Buffalo without missing a shot (24 points: 6-6 FGs, 4-4 3 FG, 8-8 FTs) … was an All-Pac-12 Conference First-Team selection and also named to the USBWA All-District VIII First-Team and NABC Coaches’ District 20 Second-Team. 2011-12: Started in all 36 games and averaged 10.0 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 1.8 apg and 0.75 spg in 27.4 mpg … second on the team with 42 3-pointers… selected to the Pac-12 Conference All-Freshman Team … member of the Pac-12 Conference Tournament Championship team and the automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament, winning four games in four days at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Personal

PERSONAL:
Parents are Malcolm and Stephanie Dinwiddie … has a younger brother … graduated from Taft High School with honors and chose Colorado over Harvard because he wanted to compete in the Pac-12.


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