Words matter. These are the best Quinn Cook Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I’m trying to be in the best shape of my life. I’m getting stronger and more athletic to help rebound and to guard bigger opponents.
I’ve always been a point guard, so being a coach on the floor, I’ve had to connect with every one of my teammates and find ways to motivate them, find ways to build them up.
For sure, I think that’s the mission in all life, whether it’s basketball, being a doctor, building a company. I think we take social justice and the lessons we’re learning now, that everybody is learning.
You get on an elevator with someone, you say hi to them, you speak to them. You give respect. That’s just how I’ve always been.
Going to a powerhouse high school, playing on ESPN a couple times a year, playing a nationally ranked schedule and also playing in the best conference in the world in high school, I was lucky. We’d have no less than nine guys go Division 1 every year.
Basketball is therapeutic for a lot of us. We all love, live and breathe basketball.
My goal is to live out my dreams, to have a long NBA career, win championships and provide for them. My mom works two jobs. She does security and event staffing. My sister is a waitress. Anytime I’m down or don’t want to work out, I remember our situation and what I’ve got to keep doing.
I’m in the NBA and I won a championship. I had some great things happen, but I’m not satisfied.
I try to keep my shoes as clean as possible and make them complement the fit.
I don’t want to dress very loud. My style is straight to the point. Being comfortable is really the biggest thing, and a classic look is comfortable for me.
I’m a gym rat, I’m a workaholic.
Every phase of my life always hasn’t been perfect for me. I’ve had to go through some adversity.
Five guys on my high school team made the NBA.
I’m a guy who comes home: I’ll play outside, go to this gym, that gym, see all these guys.
I wanted to win every day, I wanted to show them every day that I was an NBA player – from shooting the ball in practice, to being there early or forming relationships – everything in my power I tried to do.
I’m always living in the moment.
Wherever I go, I know my dad is guiding my path.
I believed in, I don’t want to call it miracles, but God has a way of making things work out.
I knew I was an NBA player and that I just needed the right opportunity in the right situation.
The best players in the world are working so hard, I gotta work even harder.