Warriors withdraw qualifying offer for point guard Cook

Point guard Quinn Cook appeared in 74 regular-season games with the Warriors last season.

The Golden State Warriors have rescinded their qualifying offer on point guard Quinn Cook, according to Shams Charania of Stadium.

Cook, 26, will therefore become an unrestricted free agent and sign anywhere.

He is likely to join center DeMarcus Cousins and guard Shaun Livingston as free agents who won’t return to the Warriors. The team already lost forward Kevin Durant (Brooklyn Nets) and Andre Iguodala (traded to Memphis Grizzlies).

Along with that, the Warriors acquired guard D’Angelo Russell (Nets) and agreed to deals with center Willie Cauley-Stein (Sacramento Kings) and swingman Glenn Robinson III (Detroit Pistons).

Cook will draw plenty of interest after making some solid contributions off the Warriors’ bench this past season, compiling averages of 6.9 points and 2.1 rebounds in 74 games.

1 Comment on "Warriors withdraw qualifying offer for point guard Cook"

  1. Cook would be a great candidate for the Lakers. He’s already friends with LBJ and he provided GS with some valuable minutes.

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