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Lakers’ Quinn Cook describes being around Jason Kidd, Rajon Rondo, LeBron James as a ‘point guard’s dream’


Quinn Cook is one of the brilliant under-the-radar additions the Los Angeles Lakers have made in the offseason. The three-year NBA guard is going to be a quality bench option that brings championship experience to a team gunning for an NBA championship. Quinn is also excited to play for the Lakers. While the appeal of competing for a championship is a definite plus, he is eager to join the team for a different basketball reason.

The Lakers have two of the most exciting passers currently playing in the league. Rajon Rondo has enthralled fans with his passes over the years while averaging 8.5 passes a game. LeBron James is also known for his superb lobs and bounce passes. He’s not far behind Rondo with his career averages of 7.4 assists.

They also have Jason Kidd, one of the best point guards to ever suit up for the NBA, as an assistant coach to Frank Vogel. The Hall Of Famer led the league in assists for five of his nineteen years in the league.

Quinn will learn a lot about floor generalship with these three leading the way. Getting to pick the minds of these great passers is definitely heaven for a point guard like him.

The same way goes for the Lakers organization as well. He is one of best backup point guards in the league and provided quality minutes for Stephen Curry on the Warriors. His championship experience will help LeBron lead these Lakers to a deep playoff run and possibly a championship.