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DETAILS: Patty Mills has second year player option; DeAndre’ Bembry partially guaranteed

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Keith Smith, reporting for Spotrac, tweeted out details of the Nets two most recent signings: Patty Mills and DeAndre Bembry and both have some interesting wrinkles: the Mills contract has a second year option and Bembry is not full guaranteed...

Neither will affect the Nets cap situation or luxury tax situation. They’re well beyond both the cap and tax threshold. But the Bembry contract does give Sean Marks a bit of flexibility.

Fran Fraschilla of ESPN, a big fan of David Duke Jr., confirmed the undrafted Providence product has an Exhibit 10 contract, which allows a player to participate in an NBA training camp while also allowing the team to control the players G-League rights...

Smith and Mike Scotto of Hoopshype also offered details on Spencer Dinwiddie’s deal with the Wizards. Although advertised as a three-year, $60 million contract, Dinwiddie will have to hit some marks for him to get the full amount...

So what are the options? One is health-related. Dinwiddie of course missed all but three games last season with a torn ACL...

Dinwiddie says if the Wizards win the chip, he wants to be paid that bonus in 100 pennies.