Originally Posted by katyspursfan
Well, actually, league rules explicitly prevent a team from signing a player they have renounced. It's part of the whole renounce step/declaration.
Splitter doesn't get a qualifying offer. He is an unrestricted free agent. His cap hold is based on the number of years he's been in the league. He will likely sign for more than the cap hold. Here, or elsewhere.
There will be no free agent money for the Spurs. Let it go. They will start the off season above the salary cap (~$58M) and will finish the off season above the salary cap, but likely below the luxury tax.
That's not exactly correct. If the spurs renounce Manu, they can still resign him but they wouldn't have access to the bird exception. Basically, they could only use any salary cap space they have.
Splitter does get a qualifying offer because he is comming off a rookie contract. He should actually qualify at a higher number than hoops hype shows because he will be considered a starter.