The exemption of Spencer Dinwiddie may oppose fans of the Nets, it was a tough decision to make, but DJ is still a walking double-double despite not being the physical presence he was in Los Angeles. Oh, and his free-throw shooting percentage—which was a career-best 70.5 percent last year—has made him less of a liability for fantasy owners.
Even without a more prominent role within a rotation that he’s used to, Jordan can still get his in a similar manner as to Ed Davis and Jarrett Allen a season ago. Jordan compiled an average of 11.0 points, 13.1 rebounds, and 1.1 blocks last year with split time in Dallas and New York.
As mentioned, he’s not that specimen he was in southern California that would send shots flying away, but he’s still a force on the glass and his scoring averages haven’t taken a significant dip in production.
He’s good for a double-double on any given night and will likely see somewhere between 20-25 minutes a night for coach Atkinson, he’s worth consideration.