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Los Angeles Lakers head coach Darvin Ham has outlined his plan for incorporating Spencer Dinwiddie into the team’s roster, following the guard’s acquisition from the Toronto Raptors.

Dinwiddie, acquired via a buyout agreement after a trade from the Brooklyn Nets, brings versatility and experience to the Lakers’ backcourt.

Ham envisions a lineup featuring Dinwiddie alongside guards D’Angelo Russell and Austin Reaves, emphasizing their collective ability to play together effectively.

“All three of those guys can play together,” Ham said. “His size, he can guard bigger wings. So we have to finish the gam with those three. He’s definitely more than capable of doing that.

“We will look in some lineups with three of those guys along with Bron and AD. I think he compliments them well, he can defend, he can pass, he can dribble, he can shoot.”

Highlighting Dinwiddie’s defensive prowess and playmaking skills, Ham believes the guard will complement star players LeBron James and Anthony Davis seamlessly. Dinwiddie set to make his Lakers debut tonight against the Detroit Pistons.

The 30-year-old point guard has been averaging 12.6 points, six assists and 3.3 rebounds in 30.7 minutes per game for the Nets this season.