Hawks Sign Quinn Cook

SEPTEMBER 6: The Hawks have officially signed Cook, the team announced today in a press release.

AUGUST 20: The Hawks have come to terms with Quinn Cook on a two-year deal, according to Shams Charania of The Vertical (Twitter link). The contract will only be partially guaranteed.

Back in 2010, Cook was one of the top high schoolers in the nation and he decided to go to Duke to play under Mike Krzyzewski. He spent four years at the program before entering the 2015 draft, though he was not selected.

Cook played in the G-League during the 2015/16 season where he earned Rookie of the Year honors. He showcased great range, knocking down 86 three-pointers during the campaign.

The following year, he made his NBA debut on a 10-day contract with the Maverick. During that deal, owner Mark Cuban told Hoops Rumors that the team was impressed with the guard’s play. However, Dallas decided not to bring him back and he joined the Pelicans a couple weeks later, remaining with the franchise for the rest of the year.

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One thought on “Hawks Sign Quinn Cook

  1. philwauke

    i can’t understand why the pelicans chose not to resign him? he looked great in summer league and i figured he could help off of the bench.


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