Point guard Spencer Dinwiddie of the Brooklyn Nets reported Tuesday that he will not be with the rest of his teammates in Orlando, Florida., where it is planned that next July 30 the competition in the NBA will resume, after testing COVID-19 for the second time.

07/07/2020 at 22:13



Dinwiddie, who, following the absence of starting guard Kyrie Irving due to injuryHe was going to be a key player in the team, he announced it through his Twitter account.

The base leaves a large gap in the already reduced squad of the Nets, in which he is the second best scorer, with an average this season of 20.6 points per game.

Dinwiddie, in Irving’s position

Dinwiddie, 27, took over from Irving, the team’s top scorer, who only played 20 games due to problems he had with the injuries.

Last week, his teammate and center DeAndre Jordan also tested positive for coronavirus and decided not to be with the Nets in the Orlando « bubble »