Quinn Cook is known as an American professional basketball player for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association. He is most famous for being a key role player for the multiple time champions, Golden State Warriors.
Quinn Alexander Cook was born on March 23, 1993 in Washington, D.C. He was raised close by his sister Kelsey. Concerning education, Cook went to the DeMatha Catholic School where he played basketball for the school group. His mom convinced him to enroll in Oak Hill Academy as a result of the help she felt he required. While he was there, he studied and continued playing until he supported injury damage that would see him miss half of his senior season. It didn't prevent him from turning into a McDonald's All-American. MaxPreps named him a Second Team All-American.
In 2015, he left college to make himself available for the NBA Draft. Sadly for him, he went undrafted and that saw him joining the Oklahoma City Thunder to play in the Orlando Summer League and also in the Las Vegas Summer League for the Cleveland Cavaliers who would later sign him.
He got his first big opportunity to make the NBA when he was signed by the Golden State Warriors in 2017. There, he got his opportunity to play after Stephen Curry endured injury damage. Before long turned into an NBA champion with the group and played a vital role off the bench backing up Steph Curry.
In July 2019, the Lakers have achieved a deal with Quinn Cook on a two-year, $6 million contract, as indicated by Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports. Finishing his stint with the Golden State Warriors, Cook spent the last two seasons in Golden State, averaging 6.9 points in 14.3 minutes and hitting 40.5 percent of his 3-point attempts.
Daffini Evans is the lady that has been connected as the sweetheart of Quinn Cook for a few years. Not much has been made public about his romantic life but he suffered a huge loss in his family when he was just a teen. His father, Ted Cook kicked the bucket in the wake of enduring a heart attack and going into a comma. A long time later, he would stay in the heart of his child who dependably gives him credit for the man he has now moved toward becoming.
After singing his first big agreement with the Warriors, he chose to astound his loving mother with a Range Rover for her constant support.
|23 Mar, 1993
|United States of America
|Oak Hill Academy
DeMatha Catholic High School
|American basketball player
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