Detroit Pistons: Draft Prospect – Spencer Dinwiddie

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Dec 28, 2013; Boulder, CO, USA; Colorado Buffaloes guard Spencer Dinwiddie (25) calls out a offensive series in the first half against the Georgia Bulldogs at the Coors Events Center. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

With no first-round pick in this year’s draft, the Detroit Pistons second round selection is more important than ever. The Pistons have a number of areas they need to strengthen over the coming summer, but more than any other it seems the wing should take priority. As a result, could Spencer Dinwiddie of Colorado State be a good fit?

In our first Pistons draft prospect profile, international prospect Bogdan Bogdanovic was the man under the microscope, but this time the focus is on a guard a bit closer to home. Dinwiddie, a California native, has been a solid player during his three years as a Colorado Buffalo, and even represented the USA in the 2013 University Games.

With promising youngster Kentavious Caldwell-Pope already in the Motor City, could Dinwiddie slot in and help to create greater wing depth? Well let’s take a closer look at his game and find out.

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  • Eric Meyer

    After seeing Dinwiddie play in Boulder for 2 years before his knee injury, there is definite NBA talent there and if he heals up before training camp, he would be a great pick that might slip a little in the draft due to the injury. Good value at that point.