Spencer Dinwiddie ready for NBA sit-down over contract beef

New York Post

Spencer Dinwiddie is expected to have a meeting with the NBA in regard to his plans to make his contract a digital investment vehicle. At the end of September, the NBA informed Dinwiddie he wasn't allowed to sell investors a “tokenized security” that will be backed by his player contract. The league claims his described arrangement is prohibited by the collective bargaining agreement, which states that “no player shall assign or otherwise transfer to any third party his right to receive a compensation from the team under his uniform player contract.” “I'm supposed to have a sit-down with them [Monday],” Dinwiddie said following practice Sunday. “Obviously, that means I have to put my stuff on

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