March 30, 2018, 1:27 amQuinn CookPG, Golden State Warriors
Quinn Cook was a bright spot in Thursday's 107-116 loss, scoring a career-high 30 on 12-of-15 from the floor, adding five 3-pointers, four rebounds and three assists in 32 minutes of action.
Cook's 17 fourth quarter points weren't enough to get the Warriors back into this one, and the team is now sitting on its first three-game home losing streak since 2014. This loss also locked them into the second seed out West so they could be looking to rest some players a bit more aggressively with nothing left to play for. That would bode well for Cook, who still remains a must-own guy for now. Obviously the ejection of Kevin Durant opened some space up for him tonight but the shots won't be dropping like this going forward. He could float towards the 12-team cut line once three of the four All-Stars return but has shown enough to stick as the starting point guard through the end of the year. We'll see what kind of numbers he can post when he becomes the fourth option as opposed to the first or second.