Fans React To Spencer Dinwiddie’s Shocking Stats In Last 2 Games

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Written By Maya Cantina
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The last couple of games have been a mixed bag for the Los Angeles Lakers.

First, they beat the Minnesota Timberwolves with a big 120-109 victory.

Then they lost to the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday, falling 120-107 to their Western Conference foes.

For Spencer Dinwiddie, not much changed during those two games and he scored 0 points in both of them.

NBACentral pointed out that embarrassing fact on Twitter Thursday morning and a ton of fans came out to talk about it.

Many people took issue with the Lakers’ recent signing of Dinwiddie, who they see as a “liability.”

“Ouch,” one user said, which pretty aptly sums up how many Lakers fans feel about Dinwiddie right now.

Others made jokes about the beef between Dinwiddie and Kyle Kuzma of the Washington Wizards.

They jokingly said that Kuzma perhaps stole Dinwiddie’s powers after their recent war of words.

Meanwhile, many other Lakers fans said that head coach Darvin Ham needs to pull Dinwiddie out of rotation until he gets better.

They say that another player, like Max Christie, should get his valuable minutes instead.

When the Lakers signed Dinwiddie recently, some people hoped he’d be the missing piece that would pull the team together and help them find more success.

He has had some good moments but has also struggled to really make a dent offensively.

That will need to change soon or else Ham really might consider benching Dinwiddie for the foreseeable future.

Because of the hole they have dug for themselves, the Lakers need to win as much as possible.

Zero points in two consecutive games isn’t acceptable, especially at this point in the season.

Dinwiddie will need to step up or else he might be forced to sit down.

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