Quinn Cook Net Worth: Age, Gf, Career, Bio

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Quinn Alexander Cook is an American professional basketball player for the Stockton Kings of the NBA G League. He played college basketball for the Duke Blue Devils and was one of the top rated basketball recruits in the class of 2011.

Quinn Cook Net Worth Age, Gf, Career, Bio
Quinn Cook Net Worth Age, Gf, Career, Bio

Quinn Cook Net Worth

Net worth: $500 Million
Profession: Basketball Player
Age: 29 years old
Country of origin: United States of America
Born: 23 March 1993
Salary: 3 Million +
Last Updated: 2022

Quinn Cook Biography

Name Quinn Cook
Net Worth $500 Million
Age 29
Height (1.85 m)
Weight 90KG (Approx)
Profession Basket Player
Date of Birth 23 March 1993
Birthplace United States
Nationality American
Income $50,000,000 (Annual)
Spouse N/A

Personal life

Quinn is believed to have a luxurious home in the area. He has a number of Kia cars, and a Range Rover he gave as a mother’s gift. Quinn Cook has many endorsement deals with well-known companies. For his promotion of the Nike shoe brand, he is paid handsomely.

Early Life

Quinn Alexander Cook was the son of Ted and Janet Cook. He was born in Washington, DC on March 23, 1993. He is a brother to Kelsey Cook. He attended DeMatha Catholic Secondary School in Hyattsville. Ted, his father was an entrepreneur who managed a Lemonade Stand in United Station. He is also a well-known fast food runner. Cook was just a boy when he got his first basketball. By the age of 10, Cook was already playing organized basketball.

His parents supported him throughout his childhood and used to accompany his son to games to encourage him to participate in school-level events. He lost his father in his first season. It was a difficult time for him to get over the loss.

High School Career

Cook attended DeMatha Catholic High School, Hyattsville, Maryland and Oak Hill Academy, Mouth of Wilson Virginia. He played high school basketball at Oak Hill Academy. Cook was named Washington Post All-Met Player-of-the-Year after his junior season.

He was invited to take part in the fifth annual Boost Mobile Elite 24 competition before he entered his senior year. Maxpreps named him a Second Team All-American after the season. He was then selected to participate in the 2011 McDonald’s All-Amateur Game.

Cook signed his letter of intent to play basketball at Duke University. When Cook graduated high school, he was ranked 38th in ESPNU and 37th in Scout.com. He preferred Duke to Villanova, UCLA and North Carolina.

Cook was one of five Duke recruiters in 2011, which also included Alex Murphy, Marshall Plumlee and Michael Gbinije. ESPNU reports that Duke’s 2011 recruiting class was second best in the country.

Career in College

Cook was a high-ranking recruit out of high school and was recruited by many universities, including North Carolina and UCLA. The Duke Blue Devils was his collegiate basketball team. Cook had to miss all four exhibition games during the summer prior to his freshman year due to a nagging knee problem.

He made his Duke debut in 2011 at Duke’s annual Countdown to Craziness. Cook scored 14 points against UNC Greensboro in his first season. This was his highest career total. Cook was the Duke Blue Devils’ 2015 NCAA champion with 15.3 points per game and 2.6 assists.

Career in National Team

Cook, in addition to his professional career, has represented the United States at various age levels in international tournaments. Cook was selected to the 2010 FIBA World Under-17 Championship All-Star Team USA. He also won gold at the 2009 FIBA America Under-16 World Championships.

Achievements and Awards

These are just a few examples of his achievements and awards.

Salary Details

  • Cook was paid a base salary $31,968 while playing for the Dallas Mavericks.
  • Cook was paid a $63,936 base salary while playing for New Orleans Pelicans.
  • He earned $100,000 as a base salary from the Atlanta Hawks during the NBA season.
  • Quinn Cook signed a 2-year contract with the Golden State Warriors for $89,832 in 2017. The base salary included $1,544,951 and a cap hit of $1.544,951.
  • Quinn Cook also signed a two year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers. The base salary for Quinn Cook is $3 million and $1.7 Million, respectively.
  • Quinn Cook earned a base salary in the second NBA season for the Cleveland Cavaliers at $237,966.

Career

The point guard was an Oklahoma City Thunder and Cleveland Cavaliers player during his college years at Quinnipiac University. Cook was named Rookie of The Year in his first season as a Canton Charge (now Cleveland Charge) player. Cook averaged 19.6 points per game and 3.9 rebounds in his first season as an NBA pro.

After he had performed well in his second season, the Dallas Mavericks allowed him to participate in NBA regular-season games. They did not persuade him, so he was returned to the Charge.

After signing with the New Orleans Pelicans, Cook signed again with the NBA. After appearing in nine games with Pelicans, Cook was signed by the Golden State Warriors.

Quinn played for the Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Lakers and Lokomotiv Kuban before signing with the Portland Trail Blazers and Cleveland Cavaliers. He won his first NBA title with the Warriors in 2018. With the Lakers in 2020, Quinn will win his second. Quinn currently plays for the NBA G League’s Stockton Kings.

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