29. Brooklyn Nets — Quinn Cook
Original Spot For Cook: Undrafted
Original 29th Pick: Chris McCullough
Many remember Cook as the elder-statesman on the 2015 title-winning Duke Blue Devils. Cook played four years for Coach K, and left school No. 7 all-time in assists. Cook spent his rookie year bouncing around New Orleans, Dallas, and the G-League before landing the cushiest spot in the league as a backup guard for the Golden State Warriors.
During the Warriors path to the 2018 NBA title, Cook was a plus-46 over 175 postseason minutes played. He’s a quality reserve player who has no trouble coming in off the bench and providing some offense.
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