Spencer Dinwiddie enters protocols

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Shams Charania: Washington Wizards guard Spencer Dinwiddie has entered health and safety protocols, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium .
Source: Twitter @ShamsCharania

What’s the buzz on Twitter?

Shams Charania @ShamsCharania
Washington Wizards guard Spencer Dinwiddie has entered health and safety protocols, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium. – 3:34 PM

Josh Robbins @JoshuaBRobbins
The Wizards’ starters tonight in Miami: Spencer Dinwiddie, Corey Kispert, Deni Avdija, Kyle Kuzma and Daniel Gafford. – 7:01 PM

Neil Dalal @NeilDalal96
Wizards available at Heat
Joel Ayayi
Deni Avdija
Davis Bertans
Spencer Dinwiddie
Daniel Gafford
Jordan Goodwin
Alize Johnson
Corey Kispert
Kyle Kuzma
Jordan Schakel
Isaiah Todd
Cassius Winston6:25 PM

Neil Dalal @NeilDalal96
Spencer Dinwiddie on Wizards outbreak
“I had COVID before, it wasn’t a pleasant experience. I definitely don’t want to have it again. You can’t live life in fear, we got a job to do. When we step on that floor, we’re trying to just win the game. That’s really the only thing.” – 12:19 PM

Josh Robbins @JoshuaBRobbins
These 11 players are not listed on Washington’s injury report for tonight:
Joel Ayayi
Deni Avdija
Davis Bertans
Spencer Dinwiddie
Daniel Gafford
Jordan Goodwin
Corey Kispert
Kyle Kuzma
Jordan Schakel
Isaiah Todd
Cassius Winston
Bradley Beal & Rui Hachimura are questionable. – 10:01 AM

More on this storyline

Adrian Wojnarowski: The Pacers have new cases, including Malcolm Brogdon, Chris Duarte and Isaiah Jackson entering Covid protocols, sources tell ESPN. -via Twitter @wojespn / December 30, 2021

Adrian Wojnarowski: Milwaukee’s Semi Ojeleye has entered the league’s Covid protocols, according to league portal. -via Twitter @wojespn / December 30, 2021

As the omicron variant rips through NBA players and coaches, it has reached a season-high among game officials: 36% of the league’s referees are in COVID-19 protocols, sources told ESPN on Thursday. With 25 of the league’s 70 active referees currently in quarantine, the league’s been promoting G League referees to fill out the nightly roster of games, sources said. -via ESPN / December 30, 2021