Report: Sixers to 'look into' Quincy Douby

Report: Sixers to 'look into' Quincy Douby
July 20, 2013, 5:30 pm
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The Sixers, according to a report from SNY (via Philly.com), are potentially interested in former Rutgers standout Quincy Douby.

The report from SNY indicates that Douby worked out for the Knicks last week for the second time in two months, but that two other teams, the Sixers and Lakers, "will also look into Douby."

Douby, a 6-foot-3 shooting guard selected 19th overall by the Sacramento Kings in the 2006 draft, spent parts of three seasons in the NBA with the Kings and Raptors, shooting less than 39 percent in 10.7 minutes per game. He hasn't played in the NBA since 2009.

Ever since, he's been hopping around overseas. The high point of his career outside the NBA undoubtedly came this past January when he dropped a single-game Chinese Basketball Association-record 75 points for the Zhejiang Golden Bulls in 154-129 win.

He is currently, according to SNY, a member of Sagesse Beirut in Lebanon.

The Sixers only have four guards -- Michael Carter-Williams, Jason Richardson, Justin Holiday (team-option for 2013-14) and James Anderson (acquired off waivers) -- currently under contract.

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