The Sacramento Kings have set their sights on Quinn Cook. This is at least what Jason Anderson, a journalist for the Sacramento Bee, has assured, who assures that the Californian franchise is considering incorporating the former Warriors, although he also affirms that they are not the only ones to notice him and that others teams could be interested in his arrival.
Cook´s last season in the league was 20-21, in which, as a player first for the Lakers and then for the Cavaliers, he averaged 3.3 points per game in just 6 minutes on average. However, even with a fairly small contribution, the base has two rings to his credit thanks to his stay in the 2018 Warriors and the 2020 Lakers, boasting a record and a presence in important moments that he did not everyone can show off.
Last year, Quinn was part of the Stockton Kings of the G League, whom he joined during the month of February after passing through Europe beforehand. With them, he averaged 23.7 points and 5.8 assists, showing off his offensive skills and drawing the league´s attention to, perhaps, earn a chance to return to it.