ESPN's Marc Stein tweeted Monday evening that the Pistons signed their only 2014 NBA Draft pick, Spencer Dinwiddie, to a three-year deal.
Hearing Pistons second-rounder Spencer Dinwiddie has landed a three-year deal from his new team
— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) July 22, 2014
Vince Ellis elaborated a couple hours later that the first two years are guaranteed:
First two years of Dinwiddie's deal guaranteed. #Pistons
— Vincent Ellis (@Vincent_Ellis56) July 22, 2014
Ellis added at the Freep that the Pistons haven't made an official announcement yet because a physical is still pending.
But Dinwiddie confirmed the news himself by posting an Instagram pic of his signature on what is likely his contract:
The terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the deal is likely similar to the three-year deal Tony Mitchell signed last summer. After free agents Cartier Martin and Aaron Gray sign their reported deals, the Pistons' roster will be maxed out at 15, requiring the team to drop a player if/when Greg Monroe re-signs.
We await your move now, Moose.
H/T to DBBer BadBoySkip who posted this in the FanPosts.