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Quinn Cook’s Take On The Rest Of The NBA Season

He thinks like a future coach

Los Angeles Lakers v New Orleans Pelicans
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - MARCH 01: During the first half at the Smoothie King Center on March 01, 2020 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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Former Blue Devil Quinn Cook has some thoughts on the NBA season and where things will go if it resumes. Some guys apparently think it won’t count as much but Cook thinks it should count for more:

“I think it would be harder. We’ve all been suffering — not suffering, you know, but not being able to move how you want to move, together. No team has an advantage. No facility has been open for a team until recently.

“So I think it’ll be tougher because, and I can’t speak to every team, but if guys still aren’t communicating and staying on point, it might be harder to get the chemistry back or get that camaraderie back. So I know every team will just be happy to get back with their guys. They become family, a brotherhood.”

Well there’s a concept.

He’s right though. It’s going to be hard to pull things back together again and only the strongest teams will pull together again.