The Washington Wizards aren't done making moves this offseason. They already shipped Russell Westbrook to Los Angeles Lakers to start building around All-Star shooting guard Bradley Beal.
The player has been linked with several teams in recent days, but it looks like the Wizards will do everything they can to retain Beal. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported that the capital team traded Westbrook to get cap space to build around Bradley, and now the offseason really started for them.
After trading for Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Kyle Kuzma, and Montrezl Harrell, the Wizards are still looking to make some moves to bolster the squad. One of those names is Spencer Dinwiddie, who played for the Brooklyn Nets last season.
According to Quinton Mayo, Kyle Kuzma, and Montrezl Harrell are seen as a currency exchange for Dinwiddie, and they could be on the move very soon.
The Nets point guard is expected to be a sought-after player this summer. He demonstrated he can be a valuable piece in Brooklyn, and now it's time to take his game to the net level alongside Bradley Beal.
Dinwiddie only played in three games last campaign before picking a season-ending injury. Still, he's perceived as a valuable asset around the league.
Brooklyn could get a lot if they send Spencer to Washington. Kyle Kuzma can help them in defense, while Montrezl Harrell can provide rebounding and depth.
This is a very interesting move for both teams. They are trying to get better after falling short last season, and this trade could be a win-win for all parties involved.