Quinn Alexander Cook (born March 23, 1993) is an American professional basketball player. He played college basketball for the Duke Blue Devils and was one of the top rated basketball recruits in the class of 2011. Cook won two NBA championships, one with the Golden State Warriors in 2018 and one with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2020.
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Quinn Cook: Plays 18 minutes in loss. Cook scored five points (2-8 FG, 1-3 3Pt) and handed out three assists in 18 minutes in Sunday's loss to the Hawks. 03/11/2021, 4:33 AM.
Portland Trail Blazers (NBA) signed 28-year old point guard Quinn Cook (6'2''-180lbs-93, college: Duke) for upcoming 2021-22 season. Cook played last season at Cleveland Cavaliers. In 7 NBA games he had 6.1ppg, 1.7rpg and 1.9apg. He also played for the Lakers where in 16 NBA games he recorded just 2.1ppg. Cook has never been drafted by the NBA.
Quinn Cook is a leader. At DeMatha High School (MD) he started as a freshman on the varsity team. Unheard of. As a junior, Quinn became the Washington Post ‘Metropolitan Player of the Year”. Hadn’t happened in 50 years.
USA Men’s World University Games Team Training Camp To Feature 29 Collegians – USA Basketball: 06/03/2013 Quinn Cook says no to USA Basketball to spend more time on campus – Raleigh News & Observer/Laura Keeley: 06/21/2013
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Quinn Cook, member of the 2009-10 USA Basketball Developmental National Team
Quinn Cook (2) Guard - Career Concluded career No. 28 on Duke’s all-time scorers list with 1,571 points One of just seven players in Duke history to record
Check out Quinn Cook's high school sports timeline including game updates while playing basketball at DeMatha High School from 2007 through 2010.
USA U16 team members of note include: Bradley Beal (2009), Vernon Carey Jr. (2017), Quinn Cook (2009), Andre Drummond (2009), Jalen Duren (2019), Terrance Ferguson (2013), Aaron Gordon (2011), Zion Harmon (2017), Markus Howard (2015), Tyus Jones (2011), Kevin Knox (2015), Chris Livingston (2019), James Michael McAdoo (2009), Malik Newman (2013), Jahlil Okafor (2011), Jabari Parker (2011 ...