Miles Bridges, Colin Sexton among players receiving QOs – hoopsrumors.com

The Hornets Qualified bids for a pair of attackers have been released, officially Miles Bridges And the Cody Martin Restricted free agents, according to Roderick Boone in The Charlotte Observer.

Eligible Bridges Bid Result worth $7,921,300 Meet the starting criteria in 2021/20. This one-year offer is essentially a placeholder, giving the Hornets the ability to match any offer sheet that Bridges signs as a free agent. He can accept QO, but he will likely get a much more profitable long-term contract – maybe even a max deal.

Hornets Head of Basketball Operations Mitch Kupchak express confidence At the team’s ability to re-sign Bridges today, telling reporters “we’re going to get him back.”

As for Martin, his qualifying bid is worth over $2,228,276. He’s coming off a solid season as a rotating player in Charlotte and he’s got a raise, albeit not as big as the one that Bridges would get.

Bridges and Martin are ranked 6th and 29th respectively on our list Top 50 Free Proxies of 2022and both will go somewhere when they are officially removed Keri Irving.

Here are some updates to qualifying performances from around the NBA:

  • The Cavaliers Eligible bids extended to Colin Sexton And the RJ Nembhardwhich makes both players restricted free agents, according to Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com (Twitter links). Sexton’s QO would be $7,228,448 instead of $8,559,357 because a torn meniscus prevented him from meeting starting standards. Nembard’s QO is for a two-way deal with a small partial warranty.
  • The wild birds Make eligible offers to each of their free two-way agents, Justin Champagne And the David JohnsonAnd the Tweets Blake Murphy of Sportsnet.ca. Toronto has It is said agreed For a two-way deal Ron Harper Jr.which would leave a single two-way slot for either Champagne or Johnson, so the team may be planning to upgrade one of them to a standard contract.
  • The wild birds They also continued their annual tradition of presenting a qualification show for the French Guard Nando de Colo, who has been out of the NBA since 2014 and continues to play for Fenerbahce in Turkey, notes Murphy. There is no indication that De Colo will ever return to the NBA, but if he does, the rights to the 35-year-old RFA will be controlled by Toronto. Eligible bid projects have a value of $2,011,516, based on a maximum of $122 million.


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