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The Phoenix Suns today signed forward Quincy Acy to a 10-day contract. At 6-7, 240 pounds, Acy most recently played last season with the Nets, averaging career highs of 5.9 points and 19.4 minutes while appearing in a career-high 70 games. He displayed both his ability to space the floor with a career-high 1.5 three-point makes per game and his hustle by tying for fifth in the NBA with 21 charges drawn for the season. On April 7 of last season at Chicago, Acy scored a career-high 21 points while making a career-high six three-pointers.
Shams Charania: The Phoenix Suns are planning to sign veteran forward Quincy Acy to a 10-day contract, league sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @WatchStadium.
Brooklyn Nets: NETS TRANSACTION: The Brooklyn Nets have signed @QuincyAcy to a multi-year contract. pic.twitter.com/FAEGHzoolH
Shams Charania: Brooklyn is signing forward Quincy Acy to a two-year deal, league sources tell The Vertical. Acy has played well over two 10-day contracts.
NetsDaily.com: Nets have till Monday to decide whether to sign Quincy Acy for rest of the season. Doing so would give Nets 15 players, no open roster spot
The Brooklyn Nets have signed Quincy Acy to a second 10-day contract. Acy (6’7”, 240), who was originally signed by the Nets on January 10, has appeared in four games for Brooklyn, averaging 6.3 points and 2.0 rebounds in 7.5 minutes per contest.
Shams Charania: Sources: Brooklyn forward Quincy Acy will re-sign on a second 10-day contract. He averaged 6.3 points/2 rebounds in 4 games of first 10-day.
Kristian Winfield: Atkinson said he’s been “pleasantly surprised” w/ Quincy Acy, who will play the last game of his 10-day contract tonight vs. Toronto. #Nets
Michael Scotto: Nets will sign Quincy Acy to a 10-day contract today, a league source told Basketball Insiders. @Marc Stein first reported the agreement.
Marc Stein: Quincy Acy has been playing with the @TexasLegends in the @NBADLeague since his release from the Mavericks on Nov. 17. Mavs teammates were crushed when Quincy Acy was let go to address a backcourt injury crisis. Hard to believe he didn’t get a call-up sooner.
Marc Stein: The Brooklyn Nets are signing Quincy Acy to replace Anthony Bennett, according to league sources
Marc Stein: The Nets just released former No. 1 overall pick Anthony Bennett and will sign Quincy Acy to a 10-day deal to replace him, ESPN sources say
The Mavericks went to great lengths to make sure Acy stayed in-house, something not lost on the versatile forward who plays both ends of the floor with reckless abandon. “It means a lot,” says Acy. “I understand the way the business works, things don’t always work out. I just keep my faith, keep working. Wherever I’m supposed to be I end up. It means a lot that the organization likes me.”
Marc Stein: Quincy Acy, who you expect back in the NBA soon, enters the @nbadleague player pool, sources say. LA D-Fenders sit No. 1 on the waiver wire.
In one of the few times since he purchased the Dallas Mavericks on Jan. 4, 2000, owner Mark Cuban was left despondent after one of his own moves. The Mavs waived forward Quincy Acy on Friday to sign point guard Jonathan Gibson. On waiving Acy, Cuban said: “Horrible, horrible, horrible. We tried to get a medical exception — we didn’t have enough guys injured.”
The Dallas Mavericks announced today that they have signed free agent guard Jonathan Gibson. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. In a related move, the Mavericks also requested waivers on forward Quincy Acy. Gibson (6-2, 185) was a standout for the Mavericks at the Samsung NBA Summer League in Las Vegas and received an invite to Mavericks training camp in Dallas. He averaged 7.1 points, 3.0 assists, 1.6 rebounds and 14.8 minutes in seven preseason contests with the Mavericks.
Shams Charania: Down to Seth Curry at point guard, Mavs are waiving forward Quincy Acy and signing guard Jonathan Gibson, league sources tell The Vertical. Acy’s fully recovered from bone bruise injury and will have opportunity to sign once he clears waivers. Dallas needed PG depth now.
The Dallas Mavericks announced today that they have signed free agent forward Quincy Acy. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Tim MacMahon: Mavs officially sign Quincy Acy. He will wear No. 4 in Dallas. Case can be made that number should be retired for Michael Finley.
Shams Charania: Free agent forward Quincy Acy has agreed to a two-year deal with the Dallas Mavericks, league sources tell The Vertical.
Tim MacMahon: A source confirms that the Mavs have agreed to a two-year deal with forward Quincy Acy. The Vertical first reported the agreement. Acy, 25, a native of Dallas suburb Mesquite, averaged 5.2 points and 3.2 rebounds in a limited role for the Kings last season.
Tim MacMahon: Quincy Acy’s two-year deal with the Mavericks is for the league minimum, according to a league source.
Michael Scotto: Sources: Dallas Mavericks and Quincy Acy have agreed to a two-year, minimum deal, which includes a team option in Year Two.
Sam Amick: Free agency news: I’m told Kings forward Quincy Acy is declining his option for next season and will become an unrestricted free agent.
Michael Scotto: Sacramento Kings and Quincy Acy agree to a 2-year, $2 million deal with a player option (Year Two), per source. RealGM had agreement first.
Bobby Marks: As @Michael Scotto reported Quincy Acy back to SAC. 2 year minimum at $981k and $1.05m. Not salary reimbursement because of a 2 year deal.
Shams Charania: Free agent forward Quincy Acy has agreed to a two-year deal with Sacramento, league source tells RealGM. Second year player option.
Marc J. Spears: The Knicks will not be extending a qualifying offer to forward Quincy Acy, which makes him an unrestricted free agent. The Kings, Nuggets, Magic & Pelicans have expressed early interest in free agent forward Quincy Acy, a source said. Acy avg 5.9, 4.4 ’14-15.
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According to a Western Conference executive, Allen exemplifies where the league is going at his position. “I think the center position is changing and he’s working to become a shooter from the corner and he’s a high-level roller,” the executive said over the phone. “He’s got the tools to be a switcher on defense. I don’t know if he’s going to be elite, but he’s got the potential to do that. If you look at what the center position will look like in the future, he’s got that stuff.” “He has upside,” one Western Conference general manager texted. “Don’t know if he’s elite.”
Nick Friedell: Cousins on injury — “Initially I thought it was worse than what it was.” Said it took him a couple days to get over another injury, but was glad it wasn’t as serious as it could have been. Cousins isn’t sure yet exactly what his role will be if and when he returns.
When they learned about a burglary that took place in February at Parramore’s Wells’Built Museum of African American History and Culture, where Magic memorabilia was stolen, the team quickly sprang into action and lent a helping hand. Although extremely disheartened about the incident, the Magic saw an opportunity to turn lemons into lemonade. Not only did they help repair the damage from the break-in, the Magic replaced the stolen items, which included Nick Anderson and Otis Smith jerseys and sneakers, with even more mementos.
The new Magic exhibit, featuring autographed Grant Hill and Vince Carter jerseys, a Dwight Howard signed basketball and dunk contest photo, a 30th anniversary framed poster and several other team keepsakes, was unveiled on Thursday. “It’s important that we have a presence here, but it’s more important that this museum continues to function as a very important part of our community,” Magic Vice President of Social Responsibility Linda Landman Gonzalez said. “So we’re very happy to be allowed to come back and replenish what was stolen and at the same time it’s always great to come back and see what treasures are here at the museum.”
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One Eastern Conference scout whose team faced Allen four times during the regular season agreed with Atkinson. “He has all the tools,” the scout texted. “You can’t teach his length. He’s already gotten a lot better as most guys have on that team.”