CLEVELAND (AP) -- The Cavaliers have extended a $2.7 million qualifying offer to swingman Alonzo Gee, making him a restricted free agent. The club can match any offer made during the free agency signing period to Gee, who averaged 10.6 points and 5.1 rebounds in 63 games - 31 starts- last season. Gee was one of the Cavs' most improved players and general manager Chris Grant said keeping the former D-League player ''is a priority for us.'' Gee began the season as a reserve but worked his way into the starting lineup. Gee is expected to draw interest from other teams. Also, the Cavs extended a $1 million qualifying offer to forward Luke Harangody. The team has not yet decided whether to make an offer to backup center Semih Erden. Smart move to lock up a well improved player.