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The Chicago Bulls intend to extend a qualifying offer to guard Ryan Arciadiacono but not to shooting guard Wayne Selden, according to Cody Westerlund of 670TheScore.com.
Arciadiacono will be a restricted free agent, while Selden will enter unrestricted free agency.
Arcidiacono is entering his third season and appeared in 81 games last year, averaging 6.7 points and 3.3 assists. His qualifying offer is worth $1.8 million. The Bulls will be able to match any offer for Arcidiacono and keep him with the team.
Selden appeared in 43 games after being acquired in a trade with the Memphis Grizzlies in January. He averaged 8.0 points for the Bulls. Selden’s qualifying offer was around $1.9 million.
The Bulls drafted Coby White for the backcourt, giving them three potential point guards at the moment — White, Arciadiacono and Kris Dunn.