Spencer Dinwiddie has been a topic of discussion throughout the NBA season, even though he was sidelined with an ACL injury for most of the season. Dinwiddie was in trade rumors before the deadline, but nothing came to fruition. Now, by declining his $12.3 million player option for 2021-22, he’s set to become an unrestricted free agent and should have plenty of suitors.

In comes Spencer Dinwiddie, who would immediately become the best guard in Denver until Murray comes back. His versatility to play both guard positions would give the Nuggets a huge boost, and he would become another viable scoring option. With Michael Porter Jr. potentially making another leap in production next year, Dinwiddie could be the missing piece to help Denver make a championship run and a great piece of insurance for Murray.

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To acquire Dinwiddie, the Nuggets might have to work out a sign-and-trade. What makes this even more fun is the fact that the guard played his college basketball at the University of Colorado.

New York Knicks

The Knicks were rumored to be interested in Lonzo Ball before the trade deadline, and they’re still rumored to make a push for him in the offseason. Point guard is a legitimate need for this roster, so why not go acquire Spencer Dinwiddie as well?

Adding Ball would give the Knicks a playmaking point guard, but he lacks the ability to be a consistent scorer. Dinwiddie, on the other hand, can be the scoring option the Knicks need to improve next season after their offense struggled against the Atlanta Hawks in the playoffs.

Dinwiddie would fit comfortably in New York, as he’d be able to bounce back and forth between point guard and shooting guard. This would give the Knicks a ton of versatility. With Derrick Rose hitting free agency, the Knicks will be desperate for guards this offseason. Acquiring Dinwiddie could be a massive signing for this franchise.