Spencer Dinwiddie is expected to be among the most coveted free agents this offseason, with several contending teams searching for a starting caliber guard.
According to Anthony Chiang and Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, the Miami Heat could show interest in the former Brooklyn Nets’ scoring guard, if they do not land Kyle Lowry.
“According to a source, Nets impending unrestricted free agent point guard Spencer Dinwiddie is expected to be among the players of interest to Miami if the Heat doesn’t land Lowry,” Jackson and Chiang report.
Dinwiddie suffered a partially torn ACL during the Nets’ Dec. 27 loss to the Charlotte Hornets, and his 2020-21 season ended up being over after just two games. However, he was cleared to participate in basketball activities since June.
Dinwiddie averaged 20.6 points and 6.8 assists in 64 games for the 2019-20 Nets.