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Too Many Words on Spencer Dinwiddie: The First Selection of the Van Gundy Administration

#187432300 / gettyimages.comBefore the draft, Spencer Dinwiddie had no problem talking about what separates himself from the rest of the strong 2014 draft class. “Versatility as a defender…6-6, 205, 6-9 wingspan…and then you talk about playmaking and shooting – it’s a rare package” (courtesy of DraftExpress). This skill set, coming in a player with the intelligence to...
Via TopSportsReport
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Pistons Injury Update: Spencer Dinwiddie not expected to play all season

The Detroit Pistons had a disappointing 29-win season in 2013-2014, matching their record from the previous season.  The biggest issue with the Pistons is a porous defense that allowed 104.7 points per game, 27th in the NBA.  Although relatively healthy with seven players playing in at least 70 games, the Pistons already have a player lost for the 2014-2015 season, months before...
Via Sports Injury Alert
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Colorado Head Coach Tad Boyle on Pistons PG Spencer Dinwiddie

Colorado point guard Spencer Dinwiddie was making the most of his junior season and his Buffaloes were 14-2 when he suffered a torn ACL on Jan. 12. The injury ended the season for the 6-foot-6 guard, who ultimately decided to go pro in order to more fully focus on his recovery. Thursday night, Stan Van Gundy used the Pistons’ only pick (No. 38 overall) to nab Dinwiddie, a first...
Via The Lottery Mafia
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Considering Circumstance, Detroit Pistons Lucky To Nab Spencer Dinwiddie In Round Two

Considering the poor hand they were dealt going in, the Pistons did well to come away with Spencer Dinwiddie in the second round. (Elaine Cromie, Flickr) For whatever reason you wish to beleive, be it bad luck, fate, or a string of stupid decisions, the Detroit Pistons didn’t have a first round pick to rely on Thursday night, so they needed to catch a break. Fortunately for them...
Via The Detroit Sports Site
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Colorado’s Spencer Dinwiddie went pro to get better treatment for torn ACL

Colorado’s hot start was one of the best storylines of the early college basketball regular season. The Buffaloes had lost the Pac-12′s leading rebounder in forward Andre Roberson to the 2013 NBA Draft, but Tad Boyle’s bunch still started the season 14-2, including a statement win against Kansas. But much of that momentum was derailed on January 12th, as star junior guard...
Via Pro Sports Daily
June 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Spencer Dinwiddie Leaving Colorado For NBA

Spencer Dinwiddie, Colorado’s do everything point guard, is leaving for the NBA. Dinwiddie was only able to play in 17 games for the Buffaloes last season due to injury, but his impact on the team was substantial. Dinwiddie had nearly a 130 offensive rating, shot 51.5% from two, 41% from three, 86% from the line, had an assist rate 11% higher than his turnover rate, and drew a...
Via Run the Floor
April 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Colorado point guard Spencer Dinwiddie leaving for NBA

Colorado point guard Spencer Dinwiddie is the latest to leave school early and enter what's become a loaded 2014 NBA Draft. The Buffaloes junior made the decision official Thursday afternoon at a press conference. He becomes the fifth CU player in history to leave school early for the NBA. "I got a lot of interest from the league," Dinwiddie said. "Everybody...
Via Pro Sports Daily
April 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Colorado Basketball: will Spencer Dinwiddie return?

Spencer Dinwiddie’s return was not in question until he injured his knee at Washington on January 12th. He was projected to be a top 25 prospect for the 2014 NBA Draft. With this injury his return is questionable. This year’s draft is considered to be one of the best in years. This means Dinwiddie would have a difficult time being drafted in the first round because of the severity...
March 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Colorado G Spencer Dinwiddie out for season with ACL injury

No. 21 Colorado has lost leading scorer Spencer Dinwiddie for the rest of the season with a knee injury. The school said Monday the junior guard had an ACL injury and will require surgery once the swelling in the knee goes down. Dinwiddie was hurt in a noncontact play during the first half of a 71-54 loss at Washington on Sunday. Dinwiddie was averaging 14.7 points and 3.1 rebounds...
Via AP on Fox
January 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Spencer Dinwiddie Injured In Colorado's Loss to Washington

  Colorado suffered a 71-54 defeat at Washington, a scoreline that looks shocking until you see the real reason why they lost: Colorado point guard Spencer Dinwiddie went down with a potentially serious knee injury against the Huskies.  I won't speculate as to the severity of the injury, but needless to say if it's anything serious then Colorado's chances...
Via Run the Floor
January 12, 2014  |  Discuss
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