Spencer Dinwiddie Rumors

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Spencer Dinwiddie
Spencer Dinwiddie
Position: G
Born: 04/06/93
Height: 6-5 / 1.96
Weight:205 lbs. / 93 kg.
Salary: $10,605,600
When Budden said that he’d hoped Durant would be in New York for the podcast, the Nets star replied that he was in California since “the Nets (are) out here working out, so I had to stay. A few of us, four or five of us, out here.” Durant, Irving and some other Nets – of both the Brooklyn and Long Island variety, like Spencer Dinwiddie, Devin Cannady and Jaylen Hands – have been working out in Los Angeles. Director of player development Adam Harrington, Durant’s longtime shooting coach, was with them, with Blake Griffin and Allonzo Trier joining in training and playing full-court.

Storyline: Spencer Dinwiddie Trade?
For Brooklyn Nets point guard Spencer Dinwiddie, launching a blockchain-backed digital token in March was only the beginning of a more ambitious plan to use blockchain to launch a platform for community engagement around a new generation of influencers and creators. Dinwiddie and his team have created Calaxy, short for “creator galaxy,” a mobile app expected to go live in late October. On the app, creators and influencers will be able to sell digital blockchain-backed tokens integrated with digital contract company ChainLink that won’t just sell bonds like what Dinwiddie sold earlier this year. Tokens will also be used to redeem interactions with Calaxy’s creator network (like a virtual basketball camp or an online chat with Dinwiddie), speculate on future value and some will be dividend producing, the 27-year-old told me. He’s starting a Series A round of funding in two weeks and is aiming for a nine-figure valuation.
After spending more than a few weeks dealing with COVID-19, causing him to miss the NBA restart at the Orlando bubble, Brooklyn Nets point guard Spencer Dinwiddie is back in good spirits spending time with family and working on various entrepreneurial and business ventures. “After the initial three weeks that I was dealing with it, I probably felt the effects for maybe another couple,” he told me. “After a month and a half or so, I was pretty solid.”
Storyline: Coronavirus
“We’ve got a new, fresh team with me, Kyrie Irving, DeAndre Jordan, Spencer Dinwiddie, a lot of guys on our team that our veterans,” Durant said. “I’m excited. It should be a fun time. New York basketball is definitely looking for a team to support. We’re going to come out there and play hard every single night and play exciting basketball.”