The Phoenix Suns announced Friday they have made qualifying offers to point guard Eric Bledsoe and small forward P.J. Tucker.
According to AZCentral Sports Suns beat writer Paul Coro, the offers are worth $3.7 million for Bledsoe and $1.1 million for Tucker.
By extending the qualifying offers, the Suns maintain the right to match another team’s contract offer to the players.
Bledsoe played in 43 games last season, missing 33 games with a torn meniscus and six because of a shin injury. He averaged career-bests in points (17.7), rebounds (4.7), and assists (5.5).
Tucker also had a career-year in 2013-14, averaging 9.4 points and 6.5 rebounds while playing 30.7 minutes per game.