Spencer Dinwiddie got his pay day.
Dinwiddie and the Nets agreed to a three-year contract extension, worth $34 million, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Dinwiddie became eligible for a four-year extension, worth a maximum $47.5 million on Saturday. However, the Nets didn't immediately commit to the 25-year-old long-term.
"Dec. 8, it came, it's gone. I don't have an extension," Dinwiddie told The Post's Brian Lewis. "Just let [his agent] Raymond [Brothers] and [Nets GM] Sean [Marks] talk about it. I already said what I needed to say."
Well, he and Brothers must have said the right things to Marks, as Brooklyn will have one of their best frontcourt pieces on the team for the next three years. And Dinwiddie couldn't be happier...
@BrooklynNets I'm home 🙌- Spencer Dinwiddie (@SDinwiddie_25) December 13, 2018
Before receiving his extension, Dinwiddie was making $1.6 million this season, which was up from $1.5 million in the 2017-18 season.
Through 29 games this season, Dinwiddie is averaging 16.9 points -- a current career-high -- with 4.9 assists, 2.5 rebounds, and is shooting 47.4 from the field.