Spencer Dinwiddie announced on Twitter that he will continue his plan to convert his contract into a digital investment vehicle, though added that he will delay the opening by a week as the NBA deals with controversy surrounding China.
The NBA recently prohibited Dinwiddie from enacting his investment plan due to language in the C.B.A.
Dinwiddie tweeted that he was not violating the C.B.A., and that he will move forward with his plan even without the league's blessing.
Dinwiddie set October 21st as his new launch date.
"Even with our desire to partner with the @NBA, it is not necessary. And I want to be clear, this is not and never was an “assignment” nor am I in violation of the CBA. By definition an “assignment” would give fans rights towards the Nets/NBA," tweeted Dinwiddie.