A former NBA champion Quinn Cook will try his luck at the Portland Trail Blazers training camp.
The combo guard had made a sensational entry into the Warriors in 2018. Taking advantage of the physical glitches of the holders, Quinn Cook had made a place in the roster by turning at 12.7 points and 3.3 assists after the All Star Break . With a year ended with 44.2% long distance success, it is his skill that has finished seducing the coaching staff. Quinn Cook then switched from a two-way contract to a guaranteed contract. Member of the Warriors, champions that same season, he then joined the Lakers in 2019. Out of the bench, he brought in 5.1 points in 12 minutes of playing time. An honest contribution which leads to a second ring of champion in the Orlando bubble. Last season was tougher for him. Cut off by Los Angeles last February, he bounced back to Cleveland via 10-day contracts, without really convincing the franchise.
Quinn Cook has just signed up with the Trailblazers, reports insider Shams Charania. A deal for the training camp which can lead to a spot in the roster. Currently, Portland still has two spots available on the team, as well as a two-way contract to hand out. With 18 players at the training camp, Quinn Cook will be competing with Dennis Smith Jr , Patrick Patterson and Marquese Chriss for one of these spots. Announced a few days ago on the side of Golden State for work-outs, Cook will not go to San Francisco Bay. A move that does the business of Isaiah Thomas and Avery Bradley in the fight for the last place in the Warriors roster.