HoopsHype Chris Quinn rumors

December 1, 2011 Updates

Former Spurs guard Chris Quinn is among 23 NBA players who did not have opt-out clauses that would enable them to return to the United States from overseas when the lockout ended. Quinn, who made $875,000 while playing with the Spurs, signed with the Moscow-based team Khimki in late July. San Antonio Express-News

July 21, 2011 Updates

Point guard Chris Quinn, who spent last season with the San Antonio Spurs, has signed a one-year, $1 million deal with the Russian League team, Kinki, based in Moscow, according to his agent. Quinn's contract does not have a clause that would allow him to return to play in the NBA next season should the current lockout end. ESPN.com

As reported by sources close to the situation, Chris Quinn will play for Khimki Moscow next season. Former Notre Dame point guard spent last season in the NBA with San Antonio Spurs averaging 2.1ppg in 38 games played. Sportando

July 20, 2011 Updates
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Veteran guard Chris Quinn was added to the Spurs roster Friday afternoon. He will replace Bobby Simmons, who was placed on waivers. Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said that the 6-foot-2 Quinn’s experience and shooting ability made him an intriguing addition. Popovich also said the move of adding Quinn on a non-guaranteed contract isn’t necessarily related to Simmons’ waiving. “It’s not a tit-for-tat situation,” Popovich said. “You make a mistake when you think one is for the other.” San Antonio Express-News

November 5, 2010 Updates
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The Philadelphia 76ers announced today that the team has waived forward/center Trent Plaisted and guard Chris Quinn. The Sixers roster now stands at 14 heading into the season opener at Wells Fargo Center against the Miami HEAT on October 27. NBA.com

October 3, 2010 Updates

When Chris Quinn was a senior in high school, he was the runner-up for Ohio's Mr. Basketball. To LeBron James. That's an impressive distinction for the 6-foot-2 guard, who is trying to stay in the NBA for a fifth season, this one with the 76ers. Quinn, 27, played three seasons for the Miami Heat and one for the New Jersey Nets; he has career averages of 5.2 points and 2.1 assists per game. "He has a chance," Sixers coach Doug Collins said. "We're looking at a third point guard. If he continues to do what he does, now you go and you fight and say, 'Look, we need to keep this guy,' you have to have some insurance at that third backup position." Philadelphia Inquirer

September 23, 2010 Updates
August 19, 2010 Updates

Another NBA player on the radar of Maccabi Tel Aviv. The Israeli club could be considering to sign Chris Quinn for the next season. The 26-year-old American guard, who averaged 2.5 points and 1.3 assists per game last season, is a free agent after his contract with the New Jersey Nets expired this summer. Maccabi could be also close to announce the extension of Doron Perkins, who would stay in the Israeli team one more season. The Hoops Market

July 30, 2010 Updates

There always is the possibility of picking up a veteran free agent point guard too. The Suns recently showed some interest in Chris Quinn. And don't count out Matt Janning. Arizona Republic

July 4, 2010 Updates

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