June 12, 2018, 8:05 amKyle AndersonF, San Antonio Spurs
Spurs are expected to offer Kyle Anderson his qualifying offer, which increased to roughly $4.7 million, in order to retain him.
The report adds that as much as seven teams could make a run at Anderson this summer even though he is a restricted free agent. If a long-term deal isn’t reached, Anderson can seek out a contract from another team, which the Spurs can match. The forward had his most productive season with the Spurs since being drafted in 2014, averaging career-highs in points (7.9), rebounds (5.4) and assists (2.7) in 74 games.
Source: San Antonio Express-News