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Kyle O'Quinn
Kyle O'Quinn.jpg
Quinn during a pregame shoot around in 2012.
No. 11 – Fenerbahçe Beko
Position Small Forward / Center
League Turkish Basketball Super League EuroLeague
Personal information
Born Kyle Brandon O'Quinn
March 24, 1990 (1990-03-24) (age 31)
Jamaica, New York
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m)
Listed weight 250 lbs (113 kg)
Career information
High school Campus Magnet
(Queens, New York)
College Norfolk State (2008-2012)
NBA Draft 2012 / Round: 2 / Pick: 49th
Selected by the Orlando Magic
Pro playing
2012–present (9 years)
Career history
20122015 Orlando Magic
20152018 New York Knicks
2018–2019 Indiana Pacers
2019–2020 Philadelphia 76ers
2021–present Fenerbahçe
Career highlights and awards
  • Lou Henson Award (2012)
  • MEAC Player of the Year (2012)
  • 2x MEAC Defensive Player of the Year (2011–2012)

Kyle Brandon O'Quinn (born March 26, 1990) is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the Fenerbahçe of the Turkish Basketball Super League and the EuroLeague.

O'Quinn went to Math, Science Research & Technology High. Here, he almost quit basketball to play football.

O'Quinn went to Norfolk State University as a college. In his first college basketball season, he appeared in every game.

This was his worst college year, with only 5.3 points per game. His three other years were much better.

In O'Quinn's second college year was much better. He missed one game, and didn't start one as well. With 11.5 points per game, he was the fourth leading scorer for his team.

O'Quinn played for two more college sesonss with Norfolk University. Then, in the 2012 NBA draft, the Orlando Magic Drafted him. He was 49th pick in the second round.

O'Quinn's first pro year in the NBA wasn't bad. He averaged 4.1 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 0.5 blocks per game. O'Quinn was a very useful bench player.

O'Quinn's second pro year was better than his first, with 6.2 points per game. He was probaly best at rebounding. He also made blocking shots a big part of his game. In one game, he even blocked all-star Dwight Howard's shot. O'Quinn got much more minuets this year, with 17.2 of them per game.