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Okay, it's time to talk about Channing Frye.

By extending the one-year qualifying offer to Frye, it’s possible that he’ll just sign the thing and cost the Portland Trail Blazers $4,264,761 next season. In addition, if Frye is extended the qualifying offer, his cap hold will be 300% that of his previous season’s salary (i.e., $3,163,769 X 3 = $9,491,307). Lastly, Frye would be a base-year compensation player for trade purposes — as well as have an automatic no-trade clause in his deal — if he signed the qualifying offer, since he’d receive a raise of more than 20%.

Indeed, Frye will be non-tendered by the Trail Blazers and wished well in his future endeavors.

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