Veteran cager Quinn Cook and VTB United League EuroCup’s PBC Lokomotiv Kuban have reportedly agreed to part ways.
Per Aris Barkas of EuroHoops, the point guard is already in the United States for a holiday break, and the decision of splitting came up mutual between both sides.
In late October, Cook inked a contract with Kuban, wherein he averaged 5.5 markers, 2.7 assists, and a rebound in 13 minutes of game exposure. Now that the number of players being sought by several teams around the NBA is ballooning due to COVID-19 threats, it is intriguing to see his possible intentions of signing a 10-day hardship deal.
The 28-year-old Cook has played in five NBA teams in his professional career while winning two championships, one with the Golden State Warriors in 2018 and also with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2020. He has a league average of 6.4 points, 1.7 boards, 1.6 assists while shooting 46.1 percent from the field.