Dallas Mavericks guard Spencer Dinwiddie did not hold back when giving his opinion about the Washington Wizards following the Mavs' 127-126 home loss to his former team.

Dinwiddie bared what he thinks sets a team like the Mavs and the Wizards apart, and it doesn't sound like it's going to be a popular take among Washington fans.

“They’re not playing for nothing for real… it’s a showcase. They're over there trying to get paid, not trying to play winning basketball. For a team that has real aspirations.. an MVP, went to the conference finals last year, we have to be better,” Spencer Dinwiddie said during the postgame press conference (via Landon Thomas of Mavs Fans For Life).

The Wizards just traded Rui Hachimura to the Los Angeles Lakers for Kendrick Nunn and his expiring contract plus three future second-round picks. Washington's direction is hard to define. Even the Wizards probably have no solid vision of where they're headed. The Mavs, on the other hand, are in a win-now mode.

As Dinwiddie implied, Dallas has the best player in the league in Luka Doncic, and whether that's true or not, the Mavs certainly have the type of superstar they can build around for years to come. The Wizards have a 29-year-old Bradley Beal, an oft-injured Kristaps Porzingis, and Kyle Kuzma who are good enough to be a scary trio but the latter two could potentially leave Washington in the offseason.

Dinwiddie scored 20 points on 6-for-15 shooting with eight assists in the loss to the Wizards.