NBA players suspected to respond to try to convert salary into bitcoin: don't want to be banned and endanger the team

NBA basketball player Spencer Dinwiddie updated Twitter today: "Two things: first, yes, I am doing this; second, no, I don't want to be banned and endanger the team. No matter what they want you to believe, Basketball is the second most important thing in my life except for the family. It seems that there are three things.” Some netizens said that Spencer Dinwiddie’s remarks were in response to previous attempts to convert part of his salary into bitcoin. On September 28th, Spencer Dinwiddie attempted to convert a renewal contract with the NBA of at least $34.36 million into a digital token, but was rejected by the NBA.