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Kyle Kuzma went nuclear on former teammate Spencer Dinwiddie, who was traded back to the Brooklyn Nets earlier this season.
Playing together on the Washington Wizards, apparently these two had some issues with each other. Dinwiddie’s beef with Kuzma started back in January when he said the Wizards don’t play, “winning basketball” and then boiled over onto FanDuel TV’s Run It Back, with Dinwiddie saying that Kuzma is more focused on fame of the NBA then the actual game of basketball.
Side Note: That’s hilarious because Spencer Dinwiddie is currently on the Brooklyn Nets and his teammate is Ben Simmons, but let’s continue.
“What’s that thing Draymond (Green) just said, where he said ‘insecurity is loud,’” Dinwiddie said. “Basically, here’s what happened. We lost to them, I was on the Mavericks. Obviously we have an MVP caliber guy and we’re trying to be a championship caliber team… so I make a statement about we need to be better. Understanding the culture and how games are kind of played in D.C, saying that’s an unacceptable loss in that fashion. He decides to respond because I guess he felt like it was a shot at him.”
“I wanted to respond,” Spencer Dinwiddie continued. “My agent told me to stand down… now I’m not in that environment, I’m in the playoffs, he’s not.”
“There’s a lot of guys in the NBA that really pour their heart and soul into basketball,” Dinwiddie stated. “If we look at him and the way he approaches life, fame, all that stuff, we can see that his priorities tend to vary.”
“You know that you are there, shooting shots to try to get a contract. You’re probably not even a third star really on a good team, because if you were, the Lakers would have kept you.”
After Kuzma caught wind of the whole segment on FanDuel TV, he took to Twitter again to address the comments from Dinwiddie head-on, starting an entire thread absolutely crushing Dinwiddie.
Obviously, in point number six on Kuzma’s killing of Dinshittie, the “Go Sixers” was the perfect touch.
The Philadelphia 76ers will face the Brooklyn Nets in the first round of the playoffs on Saturday at 1PM in South Philadelphia.