Dinwiddie totaled 18 points (7-12 FG, 3-6 3Pt, 1-2 FT), four rebounds and a steal over 27 minutes in the Nets' loss to the 76ers on Saturday.
Dinwiddie continued his strong play off the bench, dropping 18 points and nailing three triples in Saturday's loss. He's averaged 17.5 points and canned nine threes in four games this postseason.
Dinwiddie provided 19 points (8-16 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 0-1 FT), three assists, and one rebound in 23 minutes during Monday's 145-123 Game 2 loss to the 76ers.
Dinwiddie led the team in scoring, albeit in a blowout defeat. Still, he has played well against the 76ers all season, as the team lacks a proven point guard defender with the size and quickness to cover Dinwiddie. Expect him to continue asserting himself offensively as the series shifts to Brooklyn for the next two contests.
Dinwiddie put up 22 points (6-15 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 7-7 FT) to go with two assists in 41 minutes off the bench Monday in the Nets' 148-144 double-overtime loss to the Trail Blazers.
Dinwiddie's scoring production paced all reserves on both teams, with the combo guard hitting one of the biggest shots of the contest when he tied the game on a three-pointer late in the first overtime. The 25-year-old has now reached double figures in points in each of his 12 outings in March, but is shooting just 40.2 percent from the field and hasn't offered much in the non-scoring categories (3.3 assists, 2.5 rebounds per game).
Dinwiddie supplied 13 points (2-16 FG, 1-7 3Pt, 8-12 FT), four rebounds, three assists and one block across 33 minutes in the Nets' 119-116 loss to the Clippers on Sunday.
Dinwiddie experienced an atypically rough night from the field, but a strong effort from the free-throw line helped salvage his final line. The 25-year-old had shot 43.8 percent or better in seven of the prior eight games, so Sunday's performance was clearly an outlier. The fifth-year veteran continues to be a valued asset off the bench with locked-in minutes, keeping him highly relevant across all formats as the fantasy postseason approaches.
Dinwiddie finished with 25 points (8-17 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 7-10 FT), five rebounds, two assists and a block in 27 minutes during Wednesday's loss to Oklahoma City.
Dinwiddie was the lone highlight in what was a dismal night for the Nets. The fifth-year guard's been on an absolute terror lately, averaging 23.7 points, 4.3 rebounds and 4.0 assists over his past four games. With the playoffs looming, the Nets will need everything Dinwiddie can provide if they want to retain their current position in the standings.
Dinwiddie tallied 19 points (5-11 FG, 2-7 3Pt, 7-7 FT), two rebounds and two assists in 24 minutes during Monday's win over Detroit.
Despite leading the Nets in scoring, Dinwiddie had a rather unremarkable performance, falling well below his season average for assists. The fifth-year guard hasn't missed a beat since returning from a thumb injury that kept him out for a month. Since returning six games ago, Dinwiddie's averaging 18.5 points, 4.5 assists and 2.5 rebounds per contest.
Dinwiddie accumulated 23 points (7-14 FG, 4-7 3Pt, 5-8 FT), seven assists, six rebounds and a block across 30 minutes in the Nets' win over the Hawks on Saturday.
Dinwiddie posted his second straight game of at least 23 points in Saturday's win. He led the team in points for the second time in as many games. After missing 14 games to a thumb injury, Dinwiddie is averaging a healthy 18.4 points, 5.0 assists and 2.6 rebounds per game.
Dinwiddie delivered 28 points (10-21 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 5-6 FT), five assists, four rebounds, one steal, and one block in 30 minutes during Wednesday's 113-107 win over the Cavaliers.
Dinwiddie was spectacular, filling up the box score and contributing across every statistical category while dominating offensively. He had earned a combined 68 minutes during his first three bouts back in the lineup since missing a little over a month with a thumb injury, so fantasy owners who were taking the wait-and-see approach should feel safe re-inserting him into lineups for Saturday's matchup with the Hawks.
Dinwiddie contributed 16 points (6-8 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 3-5 FT), five assists, two rebounds and two steals across 20 minutes in Monday's 127-88 victory over the Mavericks.
Dinwiddie has now earned just over 20 minutes on average in each of the last three games since returning from a thumb injury, with Monday's performance being his best stat line yet. After a woeful shooting night the last time out, Dinwiddie answered with a 75 percent shooting percent while adding six assists in the process. Dinwiddie has produced nicely this season off the bench in a high-usage role.
Dinwiddie finished with 10 points (2-12 FG, 0-4 3Pt, 6-7 FT), four assists, one rebound, one steal and one block over 25 minutes in the Nets' loss to the Heat on Saturday.
Dinwiddie had an awful shooting night, but was able to parlay it into double-digit points because of six made free throws. He's looked fine in two games back after missing 14 contests due to a thumb injury, and better days are ahead. Dinwiddie is averaging 28.4 minutes per game this season, primarily off the bench.
Dinwiddie totaled 15 points (6-13 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 2-3 FT), four assists, and one steal in 23 minutes during Friday's 123-112 loss to the Hornets.
Dinwiddie (thumb) finished with more turnovers (five) than assists in this his first game back in the lineup following a 14-game absence. With that being said, the fact that he was already so heavily involved bodes well for his fantasy value going forward.
Dinwiddie (thumb) will make his return Friday against the Hornets and is expected to be available for back-to-back sets right away, Michael Scotto of The Athletic reports.
Coach Kenny Atkinson noted Thursday that Dinwiddie was close to a return, though the reserve guard's availability for Friday's contest is sooner than anticipated. The 25-year-old has been sidelined since Jan. 25 after undergoing surgery on his right thumb. It's not immediately clear if Dinwiddie will be on a minutes restriction versus the Hornets, but there's a chance Atkinson elects to ease him into action. Shabazz Napier, Allen Crabbe and Joe Harris are all candidates to see their respective workloads decline a result of Dinwiddie's return.
Dinwiddie (thumb) will practice with the G League on Thursday, Ben Nadeau of Basketball Insiders reports.
Coach Kenny Atkinson noted Wednesday that Dinwiddie is "very close" to returning, and Dinwiddie practicing with the G League is tangible proof. Depending on how things go, it's possible he'll make his return Friday against the Hornets or Saturday against the Heat.
Dinwiddie (thumb) is close to returning to the court, Michael Scotto of The Athletic reports.
Dinwiddie, who will miss his 14th-straight contest while recovering from surgery on his right thumb, is "very close" to returning according to coach Kenny Atkinson. It's unclear when exactly he'll play next, but he has two possibilities this week, Friday against Charlotte and Saturday in Miami. Upon return, Dinwiddie will likely slot back into his large role off the bench which he's sustained throughout the season. That said, his usage may dip a little compared to what it was prior to his injury as Caris LeVert returned to the lineup while Dinwiddie was injured.
Dinwiddie (thumb) is without a firm return timetable, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Dinwiddie underwent surgery roughly three weeks ago to repair ligament damage in his thumb, and while he's returned to on-court work, the Nets are yet to put a timetable on his return. Coach Kenny Atkinson was asked Tuesday if he believes Dinwiddie will be back before next month's 17-day road trip, which begins March 13, and he was non-committal, though he noted that Dinwiddie has been staying in shape and working with his off hand. Lewis subsequently clarified that Dinwiddie could return before mid-March, but Atkinson's comments certainly imply that Dinwiddie will likely miss at least a few more weeks.
Dinwiddie (thumb) was on the court for practice Sunday but was limited to performing several drills with his non-injured left hand, Michael Scotto of The Athletic reports.
Dinwiddie has been sidelined since Jan. 23 after undergoing surgery to address torn ligaments in his right thumb. While he's reached the short side of his projected 3-to-6-week recovery timeline and has now progressed to on-court activity, his target date for a return may not come into focus until he engages in full-contact, full-court work. It's expected that Dinwiddie will at least remain sidelined for the Nets' final two games before the All-Star break.
Dinwiddie (thumb) underwent successful surgery to repair ligaments in his right thumb, Ben Nadeau of Basketball Insiders reports.
There was no new timetable provided for Dinwiddie, so it seems as though he's still expected to be out three-to-six weeks. In his absence, D'Angelo Russell will likely to see an extended role, while Shabazz Napier and Theo Pinson could see a larger bench role.
Dinwiddie is set to undergo surgery on Monday to repair torn ligaments in his right thumb, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. He's projected to be sidelined for 3-to-6 weeks following the procedure.
Word first surfaced Thursday that Dinwiddie was dealing with ligament damage to the thumb, and after meeting with two specialists who both recommended surgery, the Brooklyn sixth man has decided to heed that advice. The estimated timeline means that he'll be sidelined at least through the All-Star break and potentially until early-to-mid March. Dinwiddie's extended absence should result in a mild minutes and usage boost for starting point guard D'Angelo Russell, while Shabazz Napier and Theo Pinson should both benefit from more run on the second unit. Both Napier (18 points in 28 minutes) and Pinson (19 points, eight boards in 26 minutes) excelled in Friday's win over the Knicks in the Nets' first game sans Dinwiddie.
Dinwiddie (thumb) will need surgery to address the torn ligaments in his thumb, Anthony Puccio of Nets Daily reports. Ian Begley of ESPN adds that it's unclear when Dinwiddie will undergo the procedure, and it's possible he could put it off until the offseason.
Coach Kenny Atkinson noted Dinwiddie suffered the injury two months ago. A date hasn't been set for the surgery, but the guard will presumably be sidelined for an extended period of time. According to the original report by Caron Butler, the situation could keep Dinwiddie out for a month or more. Assuming Dinwiddie undergoes the surgery in-season, Shabazz Napier would gain a larger role while he's sidelined.
Dinwiddie (thumb) will not play in Friday's game against the Knicks.
As expected, Dinwiddie will be sidelined for Friday's New York clash with the Knicks due to torn ligaments in his right thumb. The Nets are yet to confirm the reports from former NBA player Caron Butler that Dinwiddie will miss 4-to-6 weeks with the injury, but they will likely provide an update on his status after further evaluation from team doctors. In Dinwiddie's absence Friday and beyond, Shabazz Napier will likely see a big boost in usage off the bench behind starter D'Angelo Russell.
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