Quincy Acy and Rajon Rondo with their former teams. It has been a busy offseason for the Sacramento Kings. They have made a lot of changes thus far. The Kings will have a very different roster going into the 2015-’16 season. They have signed some notable names this offseason as opposed to the players they let go. They have been signing players left and right as their roster continues...
The Kings have completed their roster with two more signings.From Cowbell Kingdom:Acy actually started shooting some threes with the Knicks this past season and returns to Sacramento an improved player from what he was during his first stint with the Kings. Dukan, meanwhile, is somewhat of an upset signing. Not many thought he would end up on an NBA roster to begin the season, but...
Frustrations boiled over for the New York Knicks on Thursday as they were en route to their sixth consecutive loss, and forward Quincy Acy wound up getting ejected in the fourth quarter. As John Wall was dribbling up the court with roughly five minutes remaining, Acy stepped up to stop the ball and blatantly shoved...Read More
Quincy Acy wants no part of your Christmas joy. The New York Knicks forward let his temper get the better of him Thursday during the Knicks’ Christmas Day matchup with the Washington Wizards. With the Wizards leading by double digits in the fourth quarter of an eventual 102-91 win, Acy decided to level Washington point guard John Wall to the ground with a hard, two-handed shove...
Quincy Acy has emerged as the leading candidate to start at power forward for the New York Knicks. Acy gives the Knicks more defense at the position than Amar'e Stoudemire or Andrea Bargnani would provide. Bargnani started the first preseason game for the Knicks, but he's since been out with a hamstring strain. “No I didn’t plan on coming here to start,’’ Acy told The Post...
The New York Knicks guaranteed Quincy Acy's salary for the 2014-15 season on Friday. Acy will earn $912,000 next season. Acy was traded by the Sacramento Kings to the Knicks on Aug. 6.
Sacramento Kings Head Coach Michael Malone was surprised by what Quincy Acy could do besides actively defend and run the floor. “It’s all great,” Acy said. “Coach Malone is a great dude, a good defensive coach. He respects hard work. He knows his stuff and I am around good players, good dudes, so it’s a lot of fun. It has been an easy transition for me.”
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