Free agent center Kyle O’Quinn will resume his career in Europe, having signed a contract with Turkish club Fenerbahce, the team announced today in a press release.
An eight-year NBA veteran, O’Quinn began his career in 2012 after being selected 49th overall by Orlando. He spent three seasons with the Magic, three more with the Knicks, then played for the Pacers and Sixers over the last two years.
In 472 career regular season NBA games, O’Quinn has averaged 5.4 PPG, 4.6 RPG, and 1.0 BPG in 14.2 minutes per contest.
O’Quinn will join a Fenerbahce squad that ranks in the middle of the EuroLeague pack with a 10-10 record. The team has been enjoying a hot streak as of late, with five consecutive victories, and will look to build on that run by adding an experienced NBA vet to its roster.
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Solid player surprised the Nets didn’t want him.