◼️ The current starting guard of the San Francisco Bay team has earned a salary increase after replacing Stephen Curry
Quinn Cook and the Golden State Warriors are negotiating these days the improvement of the base contract, which would go from a two-way contract to a normal one-hundred-percent-NBA player contract.
Thus, Cook would become the first player to go from a contract with a double-legged G League team to an NBA contract. For this, he would have to sign with the Warriors his new contract before April 10, something that will happen with total security.
Cook, 25, is the substitute for the injured Stephen Curry and the Warriors need him in the next playoffs.
Golden State currently has 15 players with a guaranteed contract in their squad, so if they want to make room for Cook in their squad for the playoffs, they should drop a player. The base has scored double digits in the Warriors’ last 11 games and is sure to stay with the San Francisco Bay team in the postseason.
It is clear that Cook’s value has increased exponentially after Curry’s injury. He is counting on minutes and is proving that he is a player more than capable to be a starter in any NBA team.