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2019 Schedule
12-18, 4th in Atlantic
Dinwiddie's 27 points carries Nets to 4th straight win (1:35)
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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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