The Cleveland Cavaliers extended a qualifying offer to Collin Sexton Tuesday, which makes him a restricted free agent on July 1st.
Multiple teams are interested in acquiring Sexton, but it looks like Cleveland will have the final say with the 23-year-old.
The Cavs reportedly have expressed interest to want him to return, and it’s unlikely that a team sends an offer that the Cavaliers can’t match.
Sexton played in just 11 games with Cleveland last season due to a torn meniscus, but it seems likely that he’ll remain with the team for the near future.
According to Spotrac, Sexton’s qualifying offer has a price tag of $7,228,449 for next season.
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