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The Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) has a few foreign players that just keep going back to China and making a career out of it. One of those players is former Rutgers University standout point-guard Quincy Douby as he and the Tianjin Lions reached a reported one-year deal on Tuesday. Douby, 30, spent three years in the NBA after college before taking his talents overseas. In Tianjin, he replaces Sebastian Telfair (who turned down a two-year $7 million from Tianjin to signed with the Oklahoma City Thunder) and joins Sheldon Williams as the other foreign player for the Lions. Basketball Buddha

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After the end of the Chinese Basketball League (CBA) regular season, Sagesse reached an official agreement with ex NBA player Quincy Douby. Douby (191-G-1984) joined Sagesse last year in the final 4 where he had 24.9 points and 4.6 assists. Douby is currently under contract with Shanghai Sharks who are competing in the CBA playoffs , he’s expected to join Sagesse officially by no later than the first week of March. Lebanese Basketball

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ASU Sports club signed guard Quincy Douby and Center Cris Daniels for 15days. Quincy and Cris are considered as the best imports in the region and will definitely add a lot for the jordanian club, making them a serious contender for the Asian title. Asia-Basket.com

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A former NBA player who's being asked to pay $15,000 a month in child support branded his ex-girlfriend a gold digger Wednesday who wants to imitate the “Basketball Wives” lifestyle. Quincy Douby, 28, a 2006 first-round draft pick who played three seasons with the Sacramento Kings and now stars in China, showed up at Brooklyn Family Court based a legal challenge from his ex, Tanya Raymond. New York Daily News

Douby claimed that he's been paying $1,500 a month for his daughter's entire life and has been providing for all her needs. "It's just about money for her at this point," he said of Raymond, his high school sweetheart. The couple split before Quinn was born. "All these basketball shows on TV — girls are watching it and they want that kind of life," the hoops guard claimed. Gildin said Raymond only wants what she’s legally entitled to — about 17% of the father's salary. "My client is not a gold digger," he said. New York Daily News

Quincy Douby, 28 — a one-time guard for the Sacramento Kings who reportedly raked in $2 million last year playing in China — is being sued by ex Tanya Raymond, 28, for $15,000 a month in child support for their daughter, Quinn, 5, according to Brooklyn court papers and Raymond’s lawyer, Steven Gildin. “Things are so bad that now my daughter is on Medicaid,” Raymond says in the suit. “That’s right — her father makes millions of dollars a year playing professional basketball . . . and she has public-funded health care!” New York Post

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Zhejiang ChouZhou Bank announced the signing of Quincy Douby for the coming season. The player finished the season in Spain with UCAM Murcia averaging 13.4ppg in ACB. Sportando

November 20, 2011 Updates

Marc Stein: As Jamal Crawford and JJ Barea keep weighing their overseas options, sources say Xinjiang of China now chasing EuroBasket star Bo McCalebb. Xinjiang trying to buy McCalebb out of contract w/Siena (Italy). Chinese team wants to move fast after losing Quincy Douby to wrist injury Twitter

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