Here’s the latest on teams’ decisions of whether or not to extend qualifying offers to their potentially restricted free agents:
- E’Twaun Moore has expressed interest in a possible return to the Magic, but Orlando pulled back their qualifying offer, making him an unrestricted free agent, reports Marc Stein of ESPN (via Twitter). Moore’s cap hold will now be on the team’s books for $915,243 as a result.
- The Lakers have extended a qualifying offer to Ryan Kelly, reports Eric Pincus of the Los Angeles Times (via Twitter). Los Angeles’ offer to Kelly, worth $1,016,482, makes the second-year Duke product a restricted free agent.