Quincy Guerrier did not return to the NCAA gates in the third year, but he decided to start the next NBA draft.
The coach of Thetford Mines Basketball Academy explained: “Considering Quincy has a stable season, this is not surprising.” By checking the interest of NBA teams, he has nothing to lose and can gain everything from it. Everyone agrees that if Quincy has a good season, we will move in this direction. “
Appiah is confident that the 6-foot-7, 220-pound winger will have the opportunity to make a name for himself in the NBA lineup this summer.
“In the next few weeks, the team will issue a thank you note to each prospective player,” said the person who currently supports Chris Boucher off the Toronto Raptors in Tampa Bay. Teams that show great interest will invite you to participate in “workouts.” These trainings let hopeful people know where they stand and what needs to be improved. In the past, many hopeful people wanted this opportunity. Just like you write a text at school, you are lucky enough to correct it before handing it in. “
Appiah believes that the goal is not to make his protégé jump into the NBA at all costs.
“The goal is to prepare as much as possible for Quincy so that he stays in the NBA as much as we did with Chris. Some people want to enter the NBA as soon as possible, but they didn’t sign a second contract and resigned after two or three years. Therefore, returning to the NCAA will not be considered a failure.”
Appia said: “Quincy will be ready for practice in the next two or three months and will return to the drawing board to improve the feedback he receives.” He can withdraw 10 days before the start of the draft. His name, and he can only continue if the feedback is very positive. “
Appiah and Guerrier set their goals on the eve of their second game against Orange.
“Our goal is to shoot 50% of the ball from the ground; the mentor and consultant said that 35% of three-pointers and 75% of free throws. Even though groin injuries have plagued him in the past two games, and It declined towards the end, and he finished the game with a good winning percentage of 49, 31 and 67.”
Appiah said that the best days for the color successor of the former Thetford Mines Basketball Academy have yet to come. “We haven’t seen the surface of what he can do.” In his season-end record, senior coach Jim Boheim agrees.
“Quincy has the potential to become a citizen of the United States.”