Brooklyn Nets guard spencer dinwiddie is one of the most promising young players in the NBA. He’s one of the main reasons why the team reached the playoffs last season, and he’s expected to play a key role as the franchise aims to become a legitimate championship contender.

The 26-year-old LA native is eager to be part of the Nets’ success, especially now that they have added two superstars in Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. In fact, in a recent Q&A, Dinwiddie admits he wants fans to remember him as a winner when everything is said and done.

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Dinwiddie averaged 16.8 points, 2.4 rebounds and 4.6 assists in the 2018-19 season. Had the Nets failed to land Durant and Irving this summer, he would likely headline the team alongside Caris LeVert, Jarrett Allen and D’Angelo Russell. Now, all of them (with the exception of D’Lo who is now with the Golden State Warriors), will be the supporting cast of a title-contending team.

The Nets aren’t believed to be in the title picture next season, not with KD expected to miss most, if not the entire 2019-20 campaign. However, Dinwiddie might be able to change minds and turn heads if he emerges as the second-best player in Brooklyn.

Dinwiddie has already shown flashes of becoming a potential All-Star. In fact, a lot of people believe that if it wasn’t for his injury last season, he would’ve been one. So if he steps up and takes his game to the next level this season, the Nets might surprise a lot of fans.