Spencer Dinwiddie is never one to shy away from hilarities. His response to Rockets Twitter wishing Westbrook a happy birthday is a humorous one.
Himself the subject of trade talks over the offseason recently, many have indicated that Spencer Dinwiddie is on the move. While this is a matter of speculation, Sham Charania has made it clear that Westbrook is definitely on the trading block. It remains to be seen where he wants to move.
It’s not uncommon for NBA stars to rib each other on social media. But given that Westbrook is not very active on Twitter, this particular issue isn’t something that you’ll find the duo feuding about.
‘Lol’: Spencer Dinwiddie trolls Rockets Twitter for bad timing of Westbrook tweet
Given how everyone associated with the NBA and their grandfather now knows that Westbrook is a wantaway star, the timing of his trade request could not have been worse for the Rockets tweet wishing him happy birthday.
— Houston Rockets (@HoustonRockets) November 12, 2020
Spencer Dinwiddie, always a man of the people, definitely let his feelings known about the tweet.
— Spencer Dinwiddie (@SDinwiddie_25) November 12, 2020
😂😂😂 this is incredible
— Kevin O’Connor (@KevinOConnorNBA) November 12, 2020
The replies to Dinwiddie’s tweet were mostly not in that humorous vein, however. Keep in mind that the Nets are one of those teams with the assets and the motivation to make this trade happen.
In the past, Dinwiddie has been in the news for a variety of bizarre reasons. One of those was that he wished to have ‘Trillions’ written instead of his name on the back of his jersey in the bubble, over the number 26. This was to signify the total federal debt of the country.
Another occasion was the time when he started a GoFundMe to ask fans where he should play after his current contract with the Nets expires.