Spencer Dinwiddie ended the season with per game averages of 12.6 points and 6.6 assists. Additionally, Dinwiddie upped his minutes load to 28.8 per game. Even more impressive, Dinwiddie ended the season with an assist to turnover ratio over 4 to 1. Spencer showed more quickness off the dribble than in his Pistons stint. Dinwiddie combined that quickness with supreme patience for a deadly combination.
The Nets offense scored almost five points per 100 possessions better with Dinwiddie on the floor than with him warming the pine in 2017-18. As a player who faced a career-threatening ACL injury as a junior at Colorado and a player who had been traded and waived multiple times in his brief NBA career before sticking in Brooklyn, Spencer Dinwiddie has certainly earned the spotlight.