Spencer Dinwiddie has recently emerged as a somewhat surprising addition to the growing list of players that are rumored to be available ahead of the February trade deadline. The 28-year-old joined the Washinton Wizards in the offseason as part of the blockbuster five-team trade that centered around Russell Westbrook heading to the Los Angeles Lakers. Barely half a season since his arrival in D.C., however, it sounds like Dinwiddie could now be moving on.

According to Kevin O'Connor of The Ringer, the Wizards are now looking to trade Dinwiddie ahead of the deadline because of the fact that he hasn't really gotten along with his teammates:

The Wizards want to move Dinwiddie because he looks like a shell of his former self and his teammates don’t want him there.

There are an endless number of reasons as to why a team would even consider trading one of the more important players on their roster. However, it's not very often that the motivation behind the same stems from the players actually wanting one of their teammates out of the picture. If this rumor is actually true then it is clear that there are some major problems within the Wizards squad.

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It is also worth noting that Dinwiddie himself recently spoke out about his role on the squad. The 6-foot-5 combo guard revealed that he “spoke up a little bit” earlier in the season about the team's leadership issues. He said that his comments were not “necessarily welcomed.”

Dinwiddie does not appear to be the happiest of campers in Washington and it looks like this has rubbed his teammates the wrong way.