HoopsHype Qyntel Woods rumors


January 9, 2012 Updates

Ukrainian team Dnipro made official the signing until the end of the season of Qyntel Woods. The American forward joins the other newcomer in the team, Jerome Moiso. Sportando

November 5, 2011 Updates

Huge signing for Maccabi Haifa who landed Qyntel Woods. The American forward spent the last three years of his career in Poland with Asseco Prokom Gdynia, winning three PLK titles. Woods started last season in China but shortly left to sign back in Asseco. Woods will arrive in Israel on Monday. Sportando

November 4, 2011 Updates
June 27, 2011 Updates
June 26, 2011 Updates

Michael Cunningham: Among FAs expected to attend #Hawks minicamp Mon.-Wed.: Qyntel Woods, Donald Sloan, Joe Alexander, Marcus Landry, Vernon Goodridge Twitter

June 25, 2011 Updates
April 19, 2011 Updates

Q: One thing I read in your book that struck me was that of all the things that happened with the Jail Blazers, one thing that maybe bothered you the most was what happened with Qyntel Woods. A: Well that, you know, we were definitely in the thick of those years, and we picked somebody whose character we knew was sketchy but then, when somebody says someone's character is sketchy, there's probably a lot more, there can be a lot more that they're not telling you, and there, some of those things I put in the book were pretty horrific. You're hearing them third-hand, you're not sure how to evaluate them, but in the end we had to part ways with Qyntel when it was just horrific. Oregonian

December 21, 2010 Updates

Qyntel Woods(2.03-SF/PF) recently signed with Krasne Krilya in Russia but now that the Russian team won't make it to the next stage in the Eurocup he is setting his sights to a more.. exotic location. According to his twitter feed, Qyntel Woods is interested in playing in China. The Hoop

December 20, 2010 Updates

The future of Qyntel Woods may be in China. The player announced it via Twitter, saying that he is really considering to play in CBA for the rest of the season. Sportando

December 5, 2010 Updates
November 18, 2010 Updates

One of the Euroleague's top performers from a season ago is taking his game to the Eurocup with the announcement Monday that the newest Russian club in the competition, Krasnye Krylia, has signed forward Qyntel Woods to a one-season contract. Woods (203, 29) led Asseco Prokom Gdynia to the Euroleague Playoffs last season with team-high averages of 16.9 points and 6.2 rebounds. He was the second-best scorer in the competition and the sixth-ranked player overall according to performance index rating. Woods is a gifted player for his size, able to run the floor, dribble and finish like a guard despite often holding down the power forward position. His arrival to Krasnye Krylia should immediately boost the team's chances in Group H. The Hoop

July 11, 2010 Updates

The Cavs are also looking at several under-the-radar free agents, including small forward Qyntel Woods, who like Childress has been starring in Europe over the last several years. After playing four years in the NBA and having some off-the-court troubles, the 6-9, 230-pound forward has developed overseas. Cleveland Plain Dealer

June 23, 2010 Updates

According to the Polish media, Qyntel Woods has an offer to play next season in the New Jersey Nets. The 29-year-old American forward, MVP of the last Polish league, who played in the NBA from 2002 and 2006, is at the end of his contract with Asseco Prokom, and has also attracted the interest of Real Madrid and other NBA teams. Woods, though, could be close to extend his contract with Asseco Prokom. The Hoops Market

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