Quinn Cook officially inks multi-year deal, becoming 1st 2-way player to make a playoff roster

Former Sea Dub is shooting 44.6 percent from 3-point range as Curry fill-in

Karl Buscheck
April 10, 2018 - 11:30 am

Quinn Cook and the Golden State Warriors have officially reached a multi-year contract, an unprecedented agreement, the team announced on Tuesday morning.

With the deal, reportedly for two years, per Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports, the former Santa Cruz Warrior becomes the first player to parlay a two-way contract into a postseason roster spot. The Warriors cleared room for Cook on the 15-man squad by waiving Omri Casspi on Saturday night. 

Cook, who has made 17 starts in the place of Stephen Curry, also has the potential to become the first G-League player to join the elusive 50-40-90 club. Cook has to go 5-for-6 (or better) from the field in the regular-season finale to achieve that status.

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