Brooklyn Nets general manager Sean Marks said Friday point guard Spencer Dinwiddie is likely to garner significant financial offers as a free agent during the 2021 NBA offseason, which clouds his future with the organization.

"He deserves the right to be a free agent," Marks told reporters. "I can't tell you what his market's gonna be. I can hypothetically take a stab at it, but the good thing for him, he's likely in line for generational money."

Dinwiddie made just three appearances during the 2020-21 season before suffering a partially torn ACL, which caused him to miss the remainder of the campaign.

The injury prevented the 28-year-old from building off his breakout 2019-20 season, during which he averaged career highs in points (20.6), assists (6.8) and rebounds (3.5).