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Chris Quinn
Chris Quinn
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Born: 09/27/83
Height: 6-2 / 1.88
Weight:175 lbs. / 79.4 kg.
Earnings: $4,159,072 ($4,991,503*)
Most people don’t see it but I think your defense has improved tremendously. Who do you credit most for your improvement and who is your favorite defender in the league? Duncan Robinson: Quite possibly my favorite question (or maybe I should say opening statement lol). Appreciate you for noticing. A lot of time spent with Chris Quinn, Eric/Bill Foran and our training staff has been whats helped the most. Favorite defender to watch is Joe Ingles. Really good at using his body/positioning and has quick hands.

Becky Hammon on Pacers' radar for head coaching vacancy

San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Becky Hammon and former Sacramento Kings and Memphis Grizzlies coach Dave Joerger are among more than a dozen candidates who are expected to participate in a first round of virtual interviews for the Indiana Pacers coaching job, sources told ESPN. The Pacers are embarking on a wide-ranging search that has included seeking permission to speak to several assistant coaches in the league, including the Spurs’ Hammon and Will Hardy, Miami’s Dan Craig and Chris Quinn, Dallas’ Jamahl Mosley and Stephen Silas, Milwaukee’s Darvin Ham and Charles Lee, Orlando’s Pat Delany, Minnesota’s David Vanterpool, Philadelphia’s Ime Udoka, Brooklyn’s Jacque Vaughn and Portland’s Nate Tibbetts.
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The Heat’s current coaching staff under Spoelstra includes assistant coaches Dan Craig, Chris Quinn (also director of player development), Octavio De La Grana (also a player development coach) and Allen, video coordinator/player development coach Eric Glass, player development coach Anthony Carter and shooting consultant Rob Fodor. “I had a lot of different aspects of coaching philosophies and I enjoyed that a lot,” Allen said of the coaching lessons he’s learned along the way. “And then as time went on, it really intrigued me a lot. I thought I had something to offer in terms of obviously there’s the lottery-pick guys and those top guys, and then there’s also the guys who come through and they’re trying to figure out what the league is about. So there is the X-and-O part and the development part as young men trying to find their way. And I can really identify with that.”
Adebayo still has a lot of room for improvement on offense. Just 28 of his 174 made field goals this season came from outside the restricted area, as he relied on dunks for most of his points. Adebayo shot 11-of-40 (27.5 percent) from outside the paint. Offensively, Adebayo will continue to wok on his “post game every day and jump shots.” “Our staff does a great job of helping us with everything, so I can’t say one particular thing,” he said when asked what he will work on this offseason. “You know, [assistant coaches Juwan Howard and Chris Quinn], they’re in the gym with us every day, so I would have to say everything.”