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Spencer Dinwiddie, the former Brooklyn Nets point guard, is relishing his role with his hometown team, the Los Angeles Lakers, following his signing after the trade deadline.

Dinwiddie highlighted the unique atmosphere of playing for the Lakers, emphasizing, “It’s a show,” as reported by Mike Trudell of Spectrum SportsNet.

“I’ve realized that being a Laker, everybody is going to give you their best shot … It’s a show. There are times on other teams where home games feel like road games. Here, every game is meaningful and intense. That’s what makes it fun,” Dinwiddie said.

For Dinwiddie, the transition to the Lakers has been marked by the heightened intensity of every game, with opponents giving their best against the iconic franchise.

In his brief tenure with the Lakers thus far, Dinwiddie has been contributing an average of 5.9 points and 3.7 assists in 24.3 minutes per game across seven appearances.