HoopsHype Daequan Cook rumors


June 22, 2014 Updates

Daequan Cook should return to Tubingen Walter-Tigers. The former NBA player started last season with Budivelnyk Kyiv and then signed in Germany. Cook averaged 12.9 points, 4.6 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game in Beko BBL in 15 contests. Sportando

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Daequan Cook is officially a new member of Budivelnyk Kyiv. The shooter, who won the the 2009 NBA All-Star Weekend Three-Point Shootout in Phoenix, spent last season in the NBA between Rockets and Bulls. Sportando

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Despite coach Tom Thibodeau's mantra that "we need everybody," Hamilton has dropped out of the rotation, with even Daequan Cook logging time ahead of him on the Bulls' depleted roster. "It's hard. I have to be honest," Hamilton told the Tribune. "The only thing I can do is be a good teammate, help my guys out. Try to talk and communicate with them as best as possible to understand time, score and situation. Just try to be as positive and give them advice from all the stuff that I know about the playoffs." Chicago Tribune

January 6, 2013 Updates

As expected, the Chicago Bulls signed veteran shooter Daequan Cook to a prorated portion of the veteran's minimum Sunday. Cook cleared waivers from the Houston Rockets on Friday evening and should be in uniform for Monday's home game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Bulls have carried only 13 players on the roster all season. Chicago Tribune

January 4, 2013 Updates

Darren Wolfson: To reiterate on Daequan Cook: #Twolves got a call and they said no thanks. Maybe Chicago was the goal all along, but MN had no interest. Twitter @DarrenWolfson

Marc Stein: Word is Rockets tried hard to find trade taker before releasing Cook but couldn't. Now Bulls strong favorite to sign him as free agent Twitter @ESPNSteinLine

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Darren Wolfson: The #Twolves have not inquired about Daequan Cook as of now. His camp plans on calling Kahn/R.J. Adelman before the week is over. Twitter @DarrenWolfson

Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey announced today that the team has signed guard/forward James Anderson to a multi-year deal. To make room on the roster, the Rockets have released guard Daequan Cook. Anderson (6-6, 215, Oklahoma State), who actually began the 2012-13 season with Rio Grande Valley, was re-signed by San Antonio on Nov. 21, 2012. In 10 games this season with the Spurs, Anderson averaged 3.4 points and 1.4 rebounds in 9.4 minutes per outing. He tallied a season-high nine points, four rebounds and three assists in 20 minutes at Miami(11/29/12). Anderson was waived by the Spurs on Dec. 20, 2012. NBA.com

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Restricted free agent guard Daequan Cook on Friday agreed to a two-year contract extension with the Thunder. The deal, worth $6.5 million, will keep the sharpshooter in Oklahoma City through the 2012-13 season. Oklahoman

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