Week In Review 10/11/15-10/17/15

The Cavs reportedly withdrew their five-year, $80MM offer to Tristan Thompson when his qualifying offer expired on October 1st. The sides were reportedly close to a deal for those terms on the first day of free agency in July, but instead they’ve been locked into a stalemate ever since, with Thompson’s camp apparently insistent on a max deal of either five years or three.

Thompson remains a restricted free agent, but only the Trail Blazers have the cap flexibility to sign him to a max offer sheet, and aside from them, only the Sixers can come close. The last day for Thompson to accept an offer sheet would be March 1st, if he still remains unsigned at that point. Should his free agency linger into next summer, the Cavaliers would have the opportunity to make a new qualifying offer by June 30th to continue his restricted free agency.

Here’s more from the week that was…

Free Agent Signings

Eastern Conference

Western Conference


You can stay up to date on all of the signings with Hoops Rumors’ free agent tracker.


Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Contract Options

D-League News

  • The NBA is reportedly exploring the possibility of having a D-League team in Omaha, Nebraska.

Miscellaneous News

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