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Dennis Smith Jr.

Dennis Smith Jr.

#4PG,
Pts
6.8
Reb
3.3
Ast
3.9
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 3"/205 lbs
Born: Fayetteville, North Carolina
College: North Carolina State
Draft: 2017 1st round (9th pick) by the
  • Sports Illustrated Dallas Mavericks News, Analysis and More

    If Nets' Dennis Smith Jr. Hits Buyout Market, Mavs Should Sign Him

    If Nets' Dennis Smith Jr. Hits Buyout Market, Mavs Should Sign Him Should Brooklyn Nets point guard Dennis Smith Jr. find himself on the buyout market soon, reuniting with the Dallas Mavericks might be the best move for both sides. Author: Dalton Trigg Publish date: Feb 27, 2024 10:55 AM EST In this story: Dallas Mavericks Brooklyn Nets The Dallas Mavericks already tried to sign one former Brooklyn Nets point guard on the buyout market this season, as Spencer Dinwiddie ultimately chose to sign with LeBron James' Los Angeles Lakers instead . But what if Dallas gets a chance to sign another Nets point guard with previous Mavs connections? Given that the Nets are still in a rebuilding process, and

  • Sports Illustrated Brooklyn Nets News, Analysis and More

    Dennis Smith Jr. wants Dorian Finney-Smith to receive more praise for his defense

    image caption Brooklyn Nets forward Dorian Finney-Smith © Wendell Cruz-USA TODAY Sports Dennis Smith Jr. wants Dorian Finney-Smith to receive more praise for his defense Dorian Finney-Smith has become one of the NBA's most underrated players. Author: Peter Sunjic Publish date: Feb 19, 2024 8:47 AM EST In this story: Brooklyn Nets Dennis Smith Jr . is one of the best defenders in the league, but he wants his teammate Dorian Finney-Smith to get some of that love. The former Florida Gator does not receive the appreciation he deserves, even though he has been effective since he went undrafted in 2016. DSJ took to X (formerly Twitter) to ask the public for compilations of Dorian's defensive highlights.

  • Nets Wire

    Nets’ Dennis Smith Jr. discusses how he’s ‘just doing my job’

    Brooklyn Nets guard Dennis Smith Jr. discusses after Saturday's win over the San Antonio Spurs how he's 'just doing his job' for the Nets.