Seth Curry’s Qualifying Offer Reportedly Will Be Rescinded by Kings

July 3rd, 2016 by Scott Polacek Leave a reply »

Guard Seth Curry has likely played his final game in a Sacramento Kings uniform.

Citing sources, Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical reported on Sunday that “Sacramento plans to rescind the qualifying offer on Seth Curry, allowing [the] guard to become [an] unrestricted free agent.”

Jason Jones of the Sacramento Bee confirmed the report. 

Wojnarowski added more context to the decision:

The Kings have point guard Darren Collison, an established veteran who has scored in double figures in each of his seven seasons in the league. They also have 23-year-old guard Ben McLemore, who was the No. 7 overall pick in the 2013 NBA draft and has plenty of untapped potential.

Elsewhere, Sacramento added to its backcourt when it reportedly agreed to a two-year deal with Arron Afflalo on Saturday, per Wojnarowski.

Curry signed a two-year deal with the Kings before the 2015-16 campaign but opted out of the second season. Jones reported the Kings extended the qualifying offer Wednesday, which would have given them the opportunity to match any offe ...

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