Amidst all the Otto Porter restricted free agency offer sheet craziness, the Brooklyn Nets will begin their Summer League journey on Friday! They play the Atlanta Hawks on Friday on Day 1 of the Las Vegas Summer League. So far, five Brooklyn Nets will play for the summer squad, and two members of the Long Island Nets will suit up as well. That’s a little less than half of the 15-man roster, not including recent draft pick Jarrett Allen, who will not play due to a hip flexor injury. Today, let’s take a look at the seven Nets related players that will see time on the floor this season.
Twitter savant Spencer Dinwiddie will be playing in his third NBA summer league, this year with the Brooklyn Nets. Last year, he played for the SUMMER LEAGUE CHAMPION Chicago Bulls, coming off the bench. This summer, after a strong end to the season with Brooklyn, Dinwiddie will look to continue his improvement. Specifically, Nets fans will be watching to see how Dinwiddie runs the point guard position, and how he plays with multiple ball handlers. Dinwiddie’s jump shot will also be an aspect to watch, as he improved to 38% from three after shooting less than 20% in his first two NBA seasons.