Nets video: Spencer Dinwiddie snubs Kevin Durant, leaves him hanging for the high-five
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VIDEO: Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie snubs Kevin Durant, leaves him hanging for the high-five

Nets, Spencer Dinwiddie, Kevin Durant

The Brooklyn Nets earned an impressive win against one of the West’s powerhouse teams, beating the Denver Nuggets 105-102 to improve to 13-10 for the season.

Kevin Durant is happy to see his teammates playing well, especially Spencer Dinwiddie who finished with 24 points, four rebounds and eight assists.

Durant tried to high-five the young fella during the final seconds of the game, but Dinwiddie snubbed him.

It seems that snubbing teammates who’d like to give high fives are starting to become a trend in the NBA, and KD should join in on the fun. He should ask pointers from New Orleans Pelicans guard Josh Hart on how to consistently miss high fives.

Durant isn’t expected to play this season as he continues to recover from the Achilles injury he suffered in Game 5 of the 2019 NBA Finals. However, he has been present during all the Nets’ home games to show support for his teammates.

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