Spencer Dinwiddie says he views himself as the Draymond Green of the Nets

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Whether he starts or comes off the bench, Dinwiddie wants to be 'the glue' for Brooklyn next season
The Brooklyn Nets were one of the biggest stories in the league last offseason when they brought in both Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving in a stunning double move. But because of Durant's torn Achilles, and Irving's various injuries, we've yet to see the two of them together on the floor.

That should change whenever next season starts and depending on how Durant looks in his return, the Nets may jump into the group of contenders atop the Eastern Conference. There are major questions in Brooklyn though, and they go beyond the health of Durant and Irving. For one, Steve Nash is in as their new head coach despite possessing no previous coaching experience, and he'll have to learn on the fly. Then, there's a supporting cast that will have to adjust their roles and figure out how to play alongside two ball-dominant stars.

While there's no question they'll have plenty of talent, how it all meshes remains to be seen. One player, though, will be doing his part to hold everything together. During an appearance on "The Jump," Spencer Dinwiddie said he views himself as the Draymond Green of the Nets. As transcribed by Nets Daily:

"Obviously, we don't know who's going to start, who's coming off the bench, That's…
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