Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie has been cleared for a full return to basketball activities, his surgeon, Riley Williams, told The Athletic's Shams Charania. "He looks and feels and moves like the pre-injury Spencer Dinwiddie," Williams said. Dinwiddie suffered a partially torn ACL early in the season, but reports had indicated that he was hoping to return to the Nets for the NBA Finals if they had made it that far. It is unclear whether or not this report indicates that he would have been able to do so. 

The Nets lost their second-round series against the Milwaukee Bucks, though, so we'll never know if he could have finished the season. His return to full strength is more important for next season. Dinwiddie is expected to decline his $12.3 million player option and become a free agent this offseason. His health was the primary concern for teams potentially interested in signing him. If he is indeed healthy, he should command a hefty contract as one of the best point guards on the open market.