Your move, Nets.
On Saturday, Spencer Dinwiddie became eligible to receive a four-year contract extension with Brooklyn worth a maximum of $47.5 million. But the 25-year-old guard is still waiting to get a call from team brass.
"No news. Nothing to report," Dinwiddie's agent, Raymond Brothers, told the New York Post.
"Dec. 8, it came, it's gone. I don't have an extension," Dinwiddie added (NY Post). "Just let Raymond and [Nets GM] Sean [Marks] talk about it. I already said what I needed to say."
Dinwiddie is slated to enter unrestricted free agency this summer, meaning the Nets could lock him up with a deal much cheaper than offers he may attract in the open market.
Brooklyn, however, is taking its time.
Through 28 games, Dinwiddie is enjoying career-high averages in points (16.1) and field goal percentage (46.7) mostly coming off the bench.
Last season, when Dinwiddie was making $1.5 million, the Nets declined the opportunity to acquire the Cavaliers' first-round draft pick for the fifth-year NBA veteran.
His salary rose modestly to $1.6 million for this season. But whether or not the Nets offer him an extension, Dinwiddie will be a much richer man come 2019.