So the question is should the Nets maximize Dinwiddie’s current buzz to sell high to a playoff contender needing a versatile bench ball-handler if the price can net Brooklyn a good first-round pick? Both sides of the argument can be understood. As of now, any worries of Dinwiddie crashing in impact are slightly mitigated by how he’s currently not even shooting that well. Dinwiddie makes his bread on patience and poise, and those are not streaky attributes.
But, does the Nets’ front office see him the same way? If they don’t see Dinwiddie’s performances as worthy of earning his way into the future plans of Brooklyn, making him one of the most attractive trade chips on the market may make the best of the scenario unfortunately.