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Quinton Ross - SG/SF, 6'6, 193
Retired - Retired after 2013 season
       Date of birth: 04/30/1981
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2003
     Out of: Southern Methodist
  NBA Experience: 7 years
  Hand: Right

From blog:


   Chicago's Last Resort Offseason Plan That Still Manages To Avoid Signing Joe Johnson
2010-06-14

Quinton Ross - Ross has a player option for the minimum salary with the Washington Wizards. If he declines it and becomes a free agent, he fits the team in the Raja Bell mode, only without the three point range. That is, unless he returns to shooting it like he did in 2008-09 with Memphis.

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   The NBA’s best unsigned free agents
2012-01-23

Quinton Ross — Outside of the one year with the Grizzlies in which he demonstrated three-point range, Ross was a good defensive wing specialist, but provided so little on offense that it barely helped. Once the three-point range also regressed to the mean, Ross’s employment ended.

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   Looking for an unsigned forward? These guys are available
2013-12-13

Quinton Ross - In the two years since he's been in the NBA, Ross has been in the D-League and the French league, albeit for short stints only in both. That one year with the Grizzlies in which he shot 38% from three point range whilst taking more of them that season than in the rest of his NBA career combined is a clear and emphatic outlier, and he remains a defensive wing role player without the jump shot required for the role.

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