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The Toronto Raptors have tendered qualifying offers to guards Patrick McCaw and Nando De Colo, according to the NBA’s official transactions log.
Both players will become restricted free agents.
McCaw, 23, was signed by the Cleveland Cavaliers as a restricted free agent during the season and the Golden State Warriors, his previous team, did not match. He ended up with the Raptors and averaged 2.7 points in 26 games.
He ended up becoming the first player since 2003 to win three straight championships.
De Colo has not played in the NBA since 2014 but is looking to return. The Raptors have held his rights and issued him a qualifying offer each years while he played oversees.
McCaw holds a qualifying offer of about $1.9 million; De Colo’s is worth $1.8 million.