Quinton Ross

Brooklyn Nets #13 - Forward

  • Born: 04/30/81
  • Age: 32
  • Height: 6-6
  • Weight: 193

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Nets Waive Quinton Ross, Sign Mario West To 10-Day Contract

The Nets have waived Quinton Ross, the little used swingman acquired in last year's Yi Jianlian salary dump. Ross suffered a herniated disc in his back recently and was almost certainly done for the season. The 30 year-old Ross averaged 1.6 points and 0.8 rebounds, being used as a defensive specialist.

No Change in Infirmary Report

Deron Williams isn't playing vs. the Rockets but might be ready for the Knicks. He did go through the shoot around. Sundiata Gaines is at home in Queens on crutches. Damion James' foot will keep him out the rest of the week. Quinton Ross was visiting a back surgeon on his herniated disk, probably done for the season.

Ross Appears Done For Season

Quinton Ross, who arrived last June in the Yi Jianlian salary dump, has apparently played his last game as a Net. Ross has a herniated disc in his lower back, says Avery Johnson and his season is "probably over".

James to Start vs. Bulls...But That's Beside The Point (Guard)

Busy day at Nets practice. Damion James was cleared to play following his concussion last weekend in London. Quinton Ross was looking like he'll return soon as well, Larry Krsytkowiak wasn't commenting on rumors that he will be leaving the Nets to return to head coaching at the University of Utah and everyone was talking point guard.

Nets Sign Sundiata Gaines to 10-Day; Backed Up D-Will Last Year in Utah

Looks like Jordan Farmar will be out for a while. The Nets have signed Sundiata Gaines, a 6'1" point guard (who backed up Deron Williams last season in Utah) to a 10-day contract. Gaines, 24, has played this season for both the Raptors and Timberwolves, averaging 5.8 points in Toronto and 2.6 in Minnesota.

Nets Due For Lineup Change?

Avery Johnson hinted after the Pacers' game that he might make some changes in the Nets' starting lineup. “We’re really going to have to address the starting team before the break and after the break, because we’re just not getting as much energy as we need.” He said Brook Lopez and Derrick Favors are safe. so who goes?

Ross Starts Again as Outlaw Works on His Jump Shot

Quinton Ross will get his second start Tuesday vs. the Sixers. It's not that rare. Ross has started more than one-third of the games he's played in during his career. Of course, he's in the starting because Travis Outlaw has been woeful lately and Damion James will be out for six to eight weeks with a screw in his broken right foot.

Damion James Suffers Broken Foot, To Undergo Surgery Monday

Damion James has a broken right foot, specifically a fractured fifth metatarsal and will undergo surgery Monday.  James injured the foot early in Thursday's game in Dallas and went for x-rays on...

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Like his counterparts on press row, Conor Orr has made his prediction for the team's record come April. It's 31, a bit more than Al Iannazzone, a bit less than Fred Kerber. We're waiting on the others. But Orr goes in-depth in his analysis, offering gossipy little tidbits on each of the 15 players.

Open Practice Will Give Fans First Look at New Nets: Players & Coaches

Fans will get their first look at the new Nets Thursday at the Prudential Center, the first of two open practices this preseason. The other is in Moscow October 10. Of the 17 players on the roster, 14 are healthy. Troy Murphy (groin) and Quinton Ross (toe) will not be on the floor and Joe Smith is questionable with knee swelling.

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