Spencer Dinwiddie continues to flourish for the Brooklyn Nets in the absence of All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving.
In Monday's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Dinwiddie stepped up big time for the team once again and drained the game-winner with just six seconds remaining on the clock.
Off an inbound pass from Joe Harris, Dinwiddie made use of the remaining time wisely to get some space. Once he found his opening after leaving Cedi Osman, he drilled the winning shot from mid-range.
Dinwiddie, who was just named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week, finished the game with team-highs 23 points and nine assists in 33 minutes of play. Meanwhile, with DeAndre Jordan out, Jarrett Allen had a monster double double of 22 points and 21 rebounds.
The Cavs were missing Kevin Love in the matchup, but they got big performances from Jordan Clarkson and Larry Nance Jr. Clarkson ended up with 23 markers, while Nance had a double-double of 20 points and 13 boards.
Brooklyn improved to 9-8 after the win, while the Cavs dropped to 5-12 on the season.
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