NEW YORK – Spencer Dinwiddie put strain on his right knee and will miss the remainder of the Brooklyn Nets game against the Charlotte Hornets team said

In the third quarter of Sunday’s game, Dinwiddie drove against Bismack Biyombo and planted his right leg awkwardly Dinwiddie lay on the ground and grabbed his right knee for a few seconds before hobbling to the sideline He was examined on the bank of nets for a few minutes, before going back to the locker room

Dinwiddie finished the game with 11 points and shot 4-of-10 from the field Dinwiddie also had two rebounds

Dinwiddie, who started for Brooklyn in all three regular season games this season, averages 75 points, 45 rebounds and three assists per game this season

He was a key part of the nets in the 2019-20 season with Kyrie Irving and Caris LeVert missing the season with shoulder and thumb injuries, Dinwiddie led Brooklyn’s starting unit after Dinwiddie started the season and expected to be sixth To be the man of the networks, he started in 49 games and averaged 206 points

The 27-year-old guard tested positive for COVID-19 in late June and did not join the Nets when the season restarted in Orlando, Florida

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