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2019 Schedule
12-18, 4th in Atlantic
Dinwiddie's 27 points carries Nets to 4th straight win (1:35)
AP Photo/Chris Pizzello
13h

Dinwiddie, deal in hand, sets lofty goals for Nets

Outside of the satisfaction of knowing his parents can retire, Spencer Dinwiddie says nothing really changed when he received a three-year, $34 million extension from the Nets.

Dinwiddie throws it down for Nets (0:29)

Bobby Marks ESPN 

The Spencer Dinwiddie $1.6M free agent hold is now replaced by a $10.6M salary in 2019-20. The Nets are still projected to have cap flexibility in July but how much will be based on the future of restricted free agents D'Angelo Russell and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson. Including the combined $28.5M in cap holds for both players, Brooklyn projects to have $19M in room (includes two first round picks). The maximum amount for the Nets could increase to $46M if both players are not brought back.

Dinwiddie leads Nets to win with 39 points (1:39)
Kurucs spins and scores (0:21)
Allen connects on back-to-back and-1's (0:34)
Knicks go for rebound, tip it in for a Nets' basket (0:20)
Raptors miss shot in final seconds of OT, lose to Nets (0:35)
Kawhi falls victim to the Klaw (0:15)
Westbrook is no match for Allen on alley-oop (0:15)
Allen flies in for putback slam (0:15)
Westbrook drops it off to Grant for a dunk (0:15)
Cavs win with dunk in final seconds (0:44)
Allen throws down dunk from Dinwiddie (0:25)
Napier schools defender, nails difficult floater (0:22)
Allen takes flight for strong slam (0:19)
Russell drops fancy dime to Allen for slam (0:17)
Davis rises up for powerful rejection (0:23)
Allen cleans up Russell's miss with a dunk (0:24)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Sixers beat Brooklyn on Jimmy Butler's three with 0.4 seconds to play. After the buzzer, most of the Sixers hugged or greeted Butler with a handshake. Philly avoided what would have been a tough loss thanks to Butler's clutch shot.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Jimmy Butler knocks down a fade-away three-pointer with 0.4 seconds to play to give the Sixers a two-point lead. Assuming the score holds, they'll have come back from a 20-point deficit to beat the Nets.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Incredible shot-making by Brooklyn late in this game. On possessions after the Nets lose a lead, Joe Harris hits a three and Spencer Dinwiddie hits a pull-up jumper from the top of the key. Nets up one with 26 seconds to play.

Dinwiddie cruises to easy two-handed flush (0:27)

Team Stats

Points Per Game109.917th
Rebounds Per Game45.216th
Assists Per Game22.820th
Points Allowed111.319th

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Team History

YEARWLPCT
2018-191218.400
2017-182854.341
2016-172062.244
2015-162161.256
2014-153844.463