Shams Charania: Sources: The Golden State Warriors and guard Quinn Cook have agreed to a two-way NBA contract. Cook played in camp with Atlanta.
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Michael Cunningham: #ATLHawks to waive Quinn Cook, Tyler Cavanaugh and Jeremy Evans
Shams Charania: Free agent guard Quinn Cook has agreed to a partially guaranteed, two-year deal with the Atlanta Hawks, agent Jim Tanner tells The Vertical.
Orazio Cauchi: The New Orleans Pelicans have officially waived Quinn Cook and Axel Toupane #NBA
Alex Kennedy: If the Pelicans didn’t waive Quinn Cook by the end of today, $100,000 of his salary would’ve become guaranteed. twitter.com/AlexKennedyNBA…
Chris Haynes: New Orleans to sign Quinn Cook (@QCook323) to two-year deal following two 10-day contracts, league sources tell ESPN. This year, plus next.
Justin Verrier: Pelicans officially sign Quinn Cook to a second 10-day contract.
Chris Haynes: New Orleans Pelicans plan to issue a second 10-day contract to guard Quinn Cook, league source tells ESPN.
The New Orleans Pelicans announced today that the team has signed guard Quinn Cook to a 10-day contract. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Marc Stein: The Pelicans are signing Quinn Cook to a 10-day deal, according to league sources.
Rick Carlisle: “Uthoff and Harris are both very good D-League prospects, both are having terrific years. We wanted to look at them. We’ve been talking about them for a while. Cook played pretty significant minutes and was solid, so we appreciate that. We’ve just got to keep moving forward here.”
Josh Weir: Dallas Mavericks have decided not to give #Charge’s Quinn Cook a second 10-day contract, a league source tells me.
The Dallas Mavericks reached down to the NBA Development League and signed Ferrell to a 10-day contract on Jan. 28, and after three games the Mavs and Ferrell agreed to a two-year contract that pays him $208,000 this season and $1.3 million next season. Cook played for the D-League’s Canton Charge, but signed a 10-day contract with the Mavs on Sunday. In the process, the 6-foot-2 guard noted that he and the rest of the D-League players were some of Ferrell’s biggest cheerleaders. “Guys in the D-League, we all root for guys who get called up (to the NBA),” Cook said. “I think guys who prosper from getting called up on 10-day contracts give us a lot of confidence.”
Earl K. Sneed: Per @MavsPR, @Dallas Mavericks have signed rookie guard Quinn Cook to a 10-day contract.
Marc Stein: The Mavs have struck 10-day deals with Ben Bentil AND Quinn Cook, according to league sources
Marc Stein: The Mavs’ plan is to have deals with swingman Ben Bentil and PG Quinn Cook completed in time for both to practice Sunday, league sources say
Chris Reichert: The Dallas Mavericks are planning to sign Quinn Cook to a 10-day deal, per league sources
Marc Stein: Guards that the Pelicans will work out this week include Mario Chalmers, Quinn Cook, Reggie Williams and Hollis Thompson, per league sources. Scott Kushner: I’m told these workouts are happening today at #Pelicans facility.
Marc Stein: Guards that the Pelicans will work out this week include Mario Chalmers, Quinn Cook, Reggie Williams and Hollis Thompson, per league sources
Ramona Shelburne: Look for Tim Frazier to get majority of minutes at PG after this trade. NOLA also has interest in DLeaguer Quinn Cook.
For those in Quinn Cook’s life – whether they be fans, colleagues or others – a question seems to continually surface. “What more does this guy have to do to get an NBA call-up?” Cook, for the record, does not torture himself with that query. At least he doesn’t anymore. “I see it literally like 20 times a day on Twitter and Instagram,” the Duke product and second-year Canton Charge point guard said about people opining on his NBA chances. “So I see it, but I don’t think about it, man. It drove me crazy last year, just feeling sorry for myself, saying ‘why this?’ and ‘why that?’ instead of just focusing on the task at hand.”
Former 18-year NBA veteran and two-time All-Star Jerry Stackhouse now coaches the D-League’s Raptors 905. He has watched Cook average 25.3 points on 50.9 percent shooting from the field in three games against his division-leading team this season. “It’s baffling to me how he’s not in the NBA,” Jerry Stackhouse said. “I’ve seen this kid make shot after shot after shot, and he does a good job of running the team. It’s not like he’s a guy that just creates for himself. He has the ability to pass. He has the pedigree. He’s a winner. He’s a champion. You put those qualities together that he has, it’s just a matter of time.”
“I understand what’s going on and I understand it’s a business,” Cook said of the Cavs. “For that team, they need a veteran point guard. That’s what they’re looking for. They have a young guy in Felder and to make a championship run I think the only thing they’re missing is a veteran point guard to give Kyrie some breaks. …; They’re trying to win championships.”
Chris Reichert: Last year’s D-League ROY, Quinn Cook is expected to join the Canton Charge as a returning player, league sources tell The Step Back #NBADL
Justin Verrier: Pelicans officially waive Quinn Cook and Quincy Ford. Pels are fans of both but have a need for a bigger wing with Holiday, Evans, Qpon out.
With no timetable on Jrue Holiday’s return, the New Orleans Pelicans signed former Duke point guard Quinn Cook on Saturday. Cook attended the Pelicans’ opening training camp practice on Saturday morning, but he did not participate. Cook, a 6-foot-2, 184 pounds, played for the Canton Charge of the NBA Development League after he was waived by Cleveland Cavaliers before the start of the regular season. ”We’ve got versatile players, combo guards more than anything,” Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry said.
Justin Verrier: And it’s official: Pelicans official confirms they’ve signed Quinn Cook for training camp.
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Ryan Wolstat: Devin Booker wins the three-point shootout with 28, beating Klay Thompson and Tobias Harris. Klay had 25
Derek Bodner: Devin Booker: “My preparation was none. My rookie year I stayed at the gym extra, shot off the rack a lot more. This time I just got here, practiced right before I went out there and ended up coming out with the win.”
Mark Medina: Klay Thompson on if he will play 3-point shootout in Charlotte next year. “Maybe. We’ll see. It’s a long ways away man. Just trying to get through the weekend.” Steph expressed uncertainty earlier this week, too.
Chris Dempsey: Jamal Murray wants to participate in it again. “I want to do the skills again. It’s a fun event. A lot of people want to pass over the skills and just go to the dunk contest or the 3-point contest. But to watch it and be in it are two different things. It was a lot of fun.”