The Sacramento Kings have added veteran guard Quinn Cook on Monday. Cook worked out for Sacramento in the Las Vegas Summer League, so it's not shocking that he and the group have come to an arrangement. The 29-year-old enjoys a 40.8% 3-point rate at the guard spot which is what attracts the Kings as they prep the team for this season’s challenge. Cook has snatched the Championship titles with Golden State Warriors in 2018 and the Los Angeles Lakers in 2020.
After the marking of Kent Bazemore on Sunday, Sacramento currently remains at 17 people with total agreements as they head to the training camp which is set to kick off in September. By all accounts, it seems to be Cook and Matthew Dellavedova will fight for the group's third guard spot it would be a grueling 82-game season for the two.