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Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie ‘would love to do anything that’s within the rules to get guys to come to Brooklyn’

Spencer Dinwiddie, Nets

The Brooklyn Nets will have cap space this summer to sign max contract players, and point guard Spencer Dinwiddie is ready to put on his recruiting cap to bring stars to the team.

The Nets are way ahead of the New York Knicks in terms of development. If the season ended today, Brooklyn would be in the playoffs while the Knicks are headed for the lottery again.

“I would love to do anything that’s within the rules and not considered tampering to get guys to come to Brooklyn,” Dinwiddie told Alex Kennedy of Hoops Hype. “Obviously we have talent. Obviously we’re a playoff team. Adding their talent level and I’m sure if would push us to potentially a No. 1, No. 2 or No.3 seed.”

Under the leadership of general manager Sean Marks and head coach Kenny Atkinson, the Nets have built a great culture and locker room.

The players on the roster love playing with each other and they play hard every single night. Brooklyn already has an All-Star point guard in D’Angelo Russell. Center Jarrett Allen has a very bright future in the league. Sharpshooter Joe Harris, Dinwiddie and small forward Caris LeVert all play their roles at a high level.

Add even one superstar to this group, and the Nets will be a serious problem next season.