Before that, he bounced around the league and signed with a few teams.
While he was never the most important part of any squad, he would often step up and give a crucial assist or sink a much-needed bucket.
Throughout his career, he’s shot about 40% from the three-point line and has a field goal percentage of 46.1%.
He’s a talented two-time champion and he’s now bringing his skill to a team that desperately needs it.
The Kings have agreed to sign NBA veteran Quinn Cook to a one-year contact, source told @espn @andscape. The two-time NBA champion played for the G League Stockton Kings last season and is competing for a third point guard spot. Last played in the NBA for Cavs 2020-21 season. pic.twitter.com/bWjXCN02NS
— Marc J. Spears (@MarcJSpears) August 9, 2022
The Sacramento Kings agreed to sign Cook to a one-year contract.
Cook last played for the G League Stockton Kings and is now competing for a third point guard spot on the Kings.
The latest Kings addition shows that the team really does have a game plan in mind.
Cooking With Cook
During this offseason, the Kings have been hard at work trying to put together a squad of sharp-shooting young guys who are ready to be a threat from all over the floor.
They have acquired a few names that suggest new head coach Mike Brown is intent on a run-and-gun team that is hard to slow down.
Cook has a lot of experience with big teams and he’s hoping to impart his expertise to his new squad.
He is a two-time NBA champion with both the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Lakers.
Between his league history and his ability to move and make points, Cook could be a great addition for Sac-town.