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Spencer Dinwiddie expresses optimism on being available in Orlando as COVID-19 symptoms subside

The Brooklyn Nets point guard Spencer Dinwiddie shared the daily update on his health, after testing positive for the coronavirus last week.

Dinwiddie reported that the symptoms have subsided in the 8th day expressing the hope that he can be available for the Nets in Orlando.

Brooklyn is down to 12 players, after 5 members of the squad decided to opt out of the NBA resumption.

Dinwiddie has said from the start if he is healthy he will commit to play. The leading scorer of the team can join the Nets, even after they depart for Orlando.

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