Chicago Bulls decline to give Kris Dunn a qualifying offer, making him an unrestricted free agent, while they do extend one to Denzel Valentine

The NBA offseason officially began Monday, a mad dash that started with the league lifting its moratorium on trades and includes Wednesday’s NBA draft and the start of free agency Friday.And the Bulls made one of the more surprising roster decisions to start the week when they extended a qualifying offer to forward Denzel Valentine but declined to do so for guard Kris Dunn, according to multiple reports.Extending the $4.7 million qualifying offer to Valentine, who turned 27 Monday, will make him a restricted free agent, as first reported by the Athletic.Dunn, 26, was eligible to receive a qual…

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