Originally Posted by spurscrazed
This decision could be made after the Summer League finish IMO.
When you say decision, that’s where I’m confused. Didn’t the Spurs make a qualifying offer to Neal when free agency began? Now, if another NBA team does come forward and presents an offer sheet to Neal, the Spurs have the right to match the offer or pass. And if that does happen, I expect the Spurs to pass. However, if no team comes forward with an offer to Neal and Neal does except the Spurs qualifying offer, I would assume the Spurs would have to abide by Neal’s desire and sign him to a contract. Or is the qualifying offer not binding and the Spurs have other options here?