The Sacramento Kings have extended a qualifying offer to guard Terence Davis. Davis will now be a restricted free agent. Davis’ cap hold and qualifying offer will be $1.9 million. The Kings will have the ability to match any offer sheet Davis signs with another team.
The Kings acquired Davis at the 2021 trade deadline from the Toronto Raptors. In 27 games with Sacramento, Davis averaged 11.1 points per game, while hitting 37.2% of his three-pointers.
As they are likely to be an over-the-cap team, Sacramento can re-sign Davis to provide some shooting off their bench. The Kings have also been rumored to be considering Buddy Hield trades. Davis would provide some of what would be lost in a Hield trade.