The Brooklyn Nets have been shopping the market pretty hard looking at deals for both forward DeMarre Carroll and his $14.8 million deal as well as guard Spencer Dinwiddie.
The prevailing thought around the Nets is they’d move both if it included a first-round pick. The problem in moving Carroll is he is owed $15.4 million next season. Taking on that kind of money and ponying up a pick seems less likely, despite how well Carroll has played this season.
For Dinwiddie, his deal is much easier to make work, and he is just 24-years old and maybe the front-runner for the Most Improved Player award.
Source: Steve Kyler, Basketball Insiders.
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