Spencer Dinwiddie has a lot of free time after the NBA suspended the 2019/20 season in the middle of March. The Brooklyn Nets point guard, however, has taken advantage of that free time to plan his next moves in the league and, truth to be told, they have some interesting ideas in mind.
Dinwiddie took to Twitter to unveil a very ambitious plan for him, and the Chicago Bulls. He’s apparently planning to become the first-ever player/GM in NBA history. Seeing the plans he has for the Bulls, you could give him a thought to that possibility.
The 27-year-old delivered a 10-part plan to take the Bulls from the wandering team they are right now to one of the most competitive teams in the Eastern Conference. It all starts with the Bulls trading for him, as he demands Tomas Satoransky and a draft pick because he ‘gets buckets’.
After he’s appointed as GM, the revolution starts at the United Center. The most ambitious part of this plan is finding a way to get a sign-and-trade to land Anthony Davis in free agency. The Bulls would have a lineup featuring the likes of Dinwiddie, Zach LaVine, Anthony Davis and Lauri Markkanen.
He also thought about the substitutes, putting Coby White as his bench guard, keeping ‘all fans favorites’ in the team and going for a veteran like Jared Dudley to improve the chemistry of the team. Dinwiddie added that he would go for Robert Covington or Moe Harkless for the 4 while adding another ‘vet 3/D like Terrence Ross or Marcus Morris’.
It sounds like a good plan for him and joking or not, this would be interesting for anybody who signs as the new Bulls GM. This guy is taking the most advantage of this quarantine and this is the biggest proof of that. He just showed a good way for the Bulls to get things back on track and become a competitive team in the East once again.
4 Main reserves: harkless, coby, lotto pick, Lauri.
1 vet. 3 Super talented youth.
If AD needs more vets we adjust and go all in. We also collaborating on the coach decision.
— Spencer Dinwiddie (@SDinwiddie_25) April 8, 2020
He also added that the players will have the last say to pick their next head coach. He has expressed he has no interest in coaching in the NBA, but he’s ready to become an executive, even before he retires from the game.