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The importance of ‘family’ in Dinwiddie’s foundation
丁威迪基金會中“家庭”的重要性

Last season we learned “The dude is different.” He spoke his mind and before the “stick to sports” debate got rolling, he made he clear which side he was on. Now Spencer Dinwiddie wants something else. He wants to contribute to a brotherhood on the court, while instilling a family atmosphere off of it.
上賽季,我們學到了“這人不一樣”,他暢談他的理念,在“只談體育”的辯論全面展開以前,他就清楚表態自己的立場。現在丁威迪想要做些不一樣的。他要在球場上貢獻一個兄弟會,同時以此營造一種家庭的氛圍。

The Brooklyn Net established the Dinwiddie Family Foundation in the summer of 2017 – family being the key word.
2017年夏天,籃網創立了《丁威迪家庭基金會》,而“家庭”是其中關鍵詞。

“It’s something that I’ve wanted to do for a long time,” he said in this Netsdaily exclusive. “But when I felt like I had some career stability – remember we talked about being able to think a little bit more, and your mind kind of wandering a little bit more, especially in the summer – that was kind of the first step of that. It was just something where I really wanted to help kids and further work that my family’s always done.”
“這是我長久以來想做的一件事情,”他在這個Netsdaily的獨家採訪中說。 “但是當我覺得自己有一定的職業穩定性的時候 – 記得我們談到了能多思考一下,然後就會探索多一點,特別是在夏天 – 這差不多是第一步。這只是我真正想幫助孩子,把我的家人一直在做的,做得更多一些。“

His mother, Dr. Stephanie Dinwiddie, has a Ph.D in education, and Dinwiddie’s great uncle started a small scholarship program within the church Dinwiddie worshiped at as a kid. He calls his family the biggest influence on his life.
他的母親史蒂芬妮丁威迪博士,擁有教育博士學位,Dinwiddie的曾叔公在他小時候做禮拜的教堂中開辦了一個小型獎學金計劃。他稱他的家庭是對他人生有最大影響力的。

Philanthropy had been firmly established within Dinwiddie family values, which the 6’6” University of Colorado alum has embraced. Dinwiddie’s goal is to continue this, with the help of his NBA platform.
慈善事業已經牢固的建立在丁威迪家庭價值觀中,而這位6尺6的科羅拉多大學校友一直擁戴之。

“My great uncle’s program was very small. It would be like if you’ve got a certain GPA or whatever, you’d get 500 dollars towards books,” Dinwiddie remembered. “Obviously it’s not much but at the same time it wasn’t like we’re in a position to do much. Now in the position I’m in I feel like I’m able to provide a full scholarship through GAP coverages. I already have a figure in mind that I’m going to donate myself and support ‘x’ amount of kids. Hopefully with other donations through the auction system we could add other kids and what have you. I’m really excited about it.”
“我曾叔公的獎學金是很小型的,就是如果你達到某個GPA成績,可得到500塊錢購書費之類,”丁威迪回憶。“確實這不是很多,但同時我當時也沒有更大的能力。現在我的環境是讓我覺得我有能力提供涵蓋GAP的全額獎學金。我心目中有個數字,我要捐助多少,支持多少個孩子。希望透過拍賣系統我們能加上其他孩子和你有的。我非常期待。”

The foundation’s first effort is simple, but it has a subtle aspect. He, his teammates and his friends in the NBA —his brotherhood— are contributing game-worn gear and alternate game basketballs for auctions that will provide seed money for the scholarships.

These charitable donations are comicourtesy of Allen Crabbe, Caris LeVert, Sean Kilpatrick, DeMarre Carroll, Isaiah Whitehead, Doug McDermott, Joe Harris, D.J. Augustin and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, with presumably many more to come.

This being the inaugural year of his foundation, Dinwiddie’s unsure of exactly how many kids he’ll be able to assist along the way. But the goal is get 8, Dinwiddie’s (lucky) number on the Brooklyn roster, and possibly as many as 25 kids a year “if it goes crazy.”

“So you’re looking at every year somewhere between 32 to 100 kids that you’re supporting,” said Dinwiddie, assuming a starting point of between 8 and 25. “It’s, by definition, GAP coverage, but it turns into a full scholarship essentially after a kid applies for financial aid or FAFSA or whatever it is. Whatever else is left, we cover everything else. It becomes a full scholarship and if they continue to do well and meet the GPA requirements, it renews year over year for their 4 undergraduate years.”

(上面談丁威迪以拍賣球員們在比賽時穿戴過的裝備募款,參與者都是他的隊友和NBA中的兄弟,目前有克拉布,勒韋而,基爾,卡羅爾,道格,白頭,哈里斯,奧古斯丁和RHJ共襄盛舉,陸續有來。丁威迪希望能夠在這一年贊助8-25名孩子的獎學金,期許以後能達到每年32-100名,根據孩子們的GPA成績持續供給他們直至完成學業。)

Needless to say, Dinwiddie didn’t come here without a plan. It’s how he approaches the game of basketball on a nightly basis. But this is also personal to him so he cares more.
不用說,丁威迪是有備而來的,他也是以這樣的態度準備每個晚上的比賽。但這有他的個人經歷成分,他更在乎。

Dinwiddie’s witnessed people in his life go through hard times. Now, he’s lending a voice (and a hand) to the cause as his career begins to take off. This will help him keep them in mind. Always.
丁威迪目睹一些人如何經歷艱難時期,現在,在事業準備起飛之際,他為此發出聲音(也伸出雙手)。這幫助他永遠記住這些人。

“For me it’s part of a product of the way I was raised,” he said. “Basketball’s afforded me a lot of opportunities. When I grew up I had two parents in the household but I also had a lot of friends in situations when I was growing up … I kind of wanted to help them.
他說,“對我而言,這是來自我的成長過程的部分。籃球提供了我很多機會,從小我家裡父母雙全,但我也跟很多環境不同的朋友一起長大。。。我那時就想幫助他們。”

“Just knowing where I came from and what I’ve become,” he continued. “I just really want to see everyone succeed. Just the tenor of the world right now, especially our country in terms of divisiveness. It’s sad to see how stark the difference is in life – how certain kids and certain demographics really have certain things that others don’t. Being in the NBA you get to see every demographic underneath billionaire.
“就是理解我的出身讓我我成為怎樣的人,”他繼續說。 “我真的很想看到每個人都成功。至少現在世界的主流價值,特別是我們國家是那麼的分歧。看到各種人生差異是多麼殘酷讓人難過 – 某些人口結構層的孩子們確實有很多東西是其他孩子們沒有的。在NBA,你可以看到億萬富豪以下的每一個人口結構層。”

“Even that you get to kind of see a little bit because of owners and what have you,” he powered on, dropping more gems. “You get to see all these different scopes of life from what started to where we are now and even what’s still above you. You’re like ‘how can I help as many people as possible? And that’s not always going to be with money obviously but if you could afford them an education…”
“即使如此,你也經由老闆們和任何其他的,看到一些些,”他加強語氣說出更多重點。“你有機會看到各種不同層面的人生,從怎樣的開始,到我們現在的位置,以及還有什麼在你之上。你會想‘我要如何幫助盡可能更多的人?當然不一定都是經由金錢,但如果如何你能為他們負擔一個教育機會。。。”

If you follow Dinwiddie on Twitter or Instagram, his charitable efforts reveal themselves. And for the 24-year-old, this is an early start. He’s still not guaranteed a minimum NBA salary this season … or next. His career may take off, but he also remembers how it almost didn’t, first after he blew out his knee his junior year in Colorado, then after the Detroit Pistons and Chicago Bulls gave up on him, exiling him to the D-League.
如果你在Twitter或Instagram上關注Dinwiddie,可以看到他的慈善努力已展現效果。而對於24歲的孩子來說,這是一個早期的開始。他本賽季還沒有一個NBA最低保障薪資…或者是下賽季。他的職業生涯可能會起飛,但是他也記得他幾乎無法啟程——在科羅拉多大三的時候他第一次傷了膝蓋,在底特律活塞和芝加哥公牛隊放棄他之後,把他下放到發展聯盟。

But in his mind, it’s time, and as he said on our podcast, “Ain’t Hard To Tell,” if it’s in your heart to do something, then do it.
但在他心目中,這是時候了,就像他在我們的播客”不難說出口”節目中說的,如果你心裡有想做的事,去做吧。

“You don’t forget the friends that you had when you were young and playing in the park and all this other stuff,” added Dinwiddie. “You’ve seen things – it’s part of who you are. Then you see your own transition and you’re like ‘Man, he was better than me when I was 10, but he got into whatever it was.’ So think about those guys, it’s kind of what makes you passionate about the foundation.”
“你不會忘記你小時候在公園一起玩的朋友,和所有這些過往,”丁威迪接著說。“你看過很多事情,而這成為你這個人的一部分。然後你看到你自己的轉變,你覺得‘天,他在我10歲的時候,是比我好的但他遭遇了那些事情。’所以想起那些夥伴時,這些都會讓你對這個基金會有這樣熱情。”

To follow and help support the Dinwiddie Family Foundation, it’s on Twitter, on Instagram and on Facebook. On Dinwiddie’s Instagram bio, he has a link to The Dinwiddie auction, which you can find here.
從推特,Instagram和臉書關注且幫助《丁威迪家庭基金會》,在他的Instagram簡介,有個鏈接是丁威迪拍賣: http://sdinwiddie.com/shop2508/auction/2

Dinwiddie sees the game as a brotherhood, an extension of the family, and you don’t forget your family.
丁威迪把這項比賽視為兄弟會,是他的家庭的延伸,而你不會忘記你的家庭。

轉自:

https://www.jlinfans.com/t/topic/5842/2060

感謝辛苦翻譯:superlintendo

原文:

https://www.netsdaily.com/2017/11/4/16605054/the-importance-of-family-in-dinwiddies-foundation

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8 thoughts on “【JF翻譯組】“家庭價值”在丁威弟基金會中的重要性”
  1. 二香,Dinwiddie是值得留下的人才。

    他的合約還有多久?

  2. 回樓上:下一個賽季才是丁丁的合約年

    另外提一下: 丁威弟出身於一個良好的家庭和林的背景很相似:媽媽是教育學博士,他當年進大學時SAT的成績是1400/1600(只比林的1428稍差一點點)–這對一般運動員來說是非常不簡單的,當年他有很多學校可以選,包括哈佛–他說哈佛是他的備選學校,但他選擇了科羅拉多大學

    這兩位當年考SAT時還是舊制的總分2400分,新制是總分1600分,上面的數據是經過轉換的數據,我可以確定籃網要找林以外的備用大腦,丁丁絕對是一個比小屁孩好太多太多的人選,小屁孩根本沒得比

  3. 關於titanlin大的Spencer Dinwiddie與Caris LeVert都很fit籃網想要塑造的family文化,希望它們都可以久留成為籃網棟樑。

    Spencer Dinwiddie跟林書豪的心願一樣,都是想要擁有屬於自己的球隊,以及帶隊奪冠,林書豪先實現了這個心願,Spencer Dinwiddie則還沒,若籃網讓Spencer Dinwiddie打出出乎意料的成果,則Spencer Dinwiddie就不一定會留在籃網了。

    1. 這是Marks與KA在小心操作Spencer Dinwiddie上場與媒體露出時間的原因嗎?

      其實如果是對的人, JL也不一定要佔據領隊5-7年,  帶隊3-4年後, 有對的人接手, 他轉老將一起努力也很好. Dinwiddie與LV只差一年, 以現在看到LV的狀況, 能成為雙控衛的其中一位也許會好一些.

  4. 真心希望籃網別太操作了 人算不如天算 放手讓阿金帶隊 把隊魂打出來 不然就算DLo賣了好價 賠了球隊文化跟更衣室氣氛 豈不得不償失。去年一直輸球 也沒最近感覺這麼不好。 籃網隊的FB上好像有很多DLo粉。上去跟他們打打屁兼練英文 蠻好玩的。順便讓他們知到還是有很多豪迷網迷在看球 別瞎捧DLo了。 現在的籃網 就算冰了屁孩也不會更差。丁丁跟其他認真的球員值得更好的機會。

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