Daequan Cook G  #21

Current Team: Ironi Nes Ziona

Born: Apr 28, 1987 (30 years old)

Birthplace: Dayton, Ohio (United States)

Nationality: United States

Height: 6-5 (196cm)     Weight: 205 (93kg)

Twitter: @DcookIsBack

Current NBA Status: Unrestricted Free Agent

Current Agent: Andy Shiffman

Draft Entry: 2007 NBA Draft

Early Entry Info: 2007 Early Entrant

Drafted: Round 1, Pick 21, Philadelphia Sixers

Draft Rights Trade: PHL to MIA, Jun 28, 2007

Pre-Draft Team: Ohio State (Fr)

High School: Dunbar High School [Dayton, Ohio]

AAU Team: Spiece Indy Heat

Daequan Cook News

Daequan Cook Signs In Germany For Remainder Of Season
Daequan Cook has signed with Walter Tigers Tübingen.


Bulls Sign Daequan Cook
Daequan Cook cleared waivers from the Rockets on Friday.

K.C. Johnson/Chicago Tribune

Agent: Daequan Cook To Sign With Bulls
Cook will sign with the Bulls after clearing waivers on Friday, according to his agent.

Marc Stein/ESPN

Rockets To Cut Cook To Sign Anderson

Jonathan Feigen/Houston Chronicle

James Harden Traded To Rockets
The Rockets have sent Kevin Martin, Jeremy Lamb and future pick considerations to the Thunder for James Harden.

Adrian Wojnarowski/Yahoo! Sports

Perry Jones III Appears Instantly Ready For Rotation Minutes
Perry Jones III could begin to take some of the minutes that had been going to Daequan Cook in the Oklahoma City Thunder rotation.

Darnell Mayberry/Oklahoman

Daequan Cook Out 2-3 Weeks With Sprained MCL
Daequan Cook will be out two to three weeks after suffering a mild right MCL sprain on Tuesday.

John Rohde/Oklahoman

Thunder Re-Sign Daequan Cook To Two-Year Deal
The Thunder have agreed to re-sign Daequan Cook to a two-year, $7.5 million deal.

Marc J. Spears/Yahoo! Sports (via Twitter)

Caja Laboral Makes Offer To Daequan Cook
Daequan Cook has a standing offer from Caja Laboral.

Sport24.gr (HT: HoopsHype)

Thunder Extend Qualifying Offer To Cook
In 10-11, Daequan Cook averaged 5.6 points and 1.7 rebounds in 13.9 minutes per contest.

Press Release

Heat Shooting Poorly From Behind The Arc
In Wednesday night's game against the Thunder, the Heat hit just 17.6% of their three point shots.


Thunder May Go With 10-Man Rotation For First Time In Brooks' Tenure
The addition of Kendrick Perkins and continued important play of Daequan Cooks means Scott Brooks will be forced to spread more minutes around.

Darnell Mayberry/Oklahoman

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