Friday, December 23, 2011

Davis to replace Dials: report

quincy davis

Pure Youth will have to find a replacement for Terence Dials, who had to leave Taiwan after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament, and it has locked up 6-9 forward Quincy Davis, local media reported Thursday.

Davis, who played in China in 2010 and Turkey this year, averaged 10.4 points, 5.3 rebounds during his four years at Tulane University.

PY head coach Hsu Chin-tse was quoted as saying that he was not sure whether 27-year-old Davis would be able to arrive in Taiwan on time because of the Christmas break.

Quincy Davis
DOB: Feb.16, 1983
Height: 205cm
Weight: 111kg
College: Tulane

2002-2003: Tulane (NCAA): 20 games: 2.4ppg, 2.5rpg, FGP: 55.6%, FT: 63.6%
2003-2004: Tulane (NCAA, starting five): 28 games: 10.6ppg, 6.1rpg, BlocksCUSA-4(2.4bpg), FGPCUSA-6(53.3%), FT: 63.8%
2004-2005: Tulane (NCAA, starting five): 28 games: 13.7ppg, 6.1rpg, 1.5bpg, FGPNCAA-10(61.2%), 3PT: 50.0%, FT: 68.6%
2005-2006: Tulane (NCAA, starting five): 29 games: 13.1ppg, 5.8rpg, 1.0apg, BlocksCUSA-2(1.6bpg), FGPCUSA-1(58.1%), 3PT: 2-3, FT: 66.9%: Finished his career at Tulane ranked 22nd all-time in points scored (1,109), 16th in rebounds (559) and 8th in offensive rebounds (226).
2006: Portsmouth Invitational Tournament (Pre-NBA Draft): 3 games: 12.3ppg, 5.0rpg, 0.0apg, 1.0spg, 1.0bpg, 2FGP: 61.5%, FT: 50.0%
2006-2007: InterCollege Etha Engomis (Cyprus-Division A, starting five), in April '07 moved to Belenenses Hyundai Lusifo (Portugal-UZO Liga, starting five): DNP
2008: In February signed at Deportivo Tachira (Venezuela-LPB, starting five), Venezuelan League: 8 games: 5.5ppg, 3.4rpg, 2FGP: 50.0%, FT: 58.8%; released in April '08: Liga Sudamericana: 5 games: 13.8ppg, 8.2rpg, Blocks-3(1.2bpg), 2FGP: 54.9%, FT: 65%
2009 July: KBL Pre-Draft Camp in Las Vegas, NV
2010: Jiangsu (China-NBL, starting five): 25 games: Score-4(22.5ppg), Reb-5(13.0rpg), 1.8apg, Steals-2(2.5spg), Blocks-2(3.0bpg), FGP-1(66.7%), FT: 63.8%
2010-2011: In Jan.'11 signed at Bornova Bld (Turkey-TBL, starting five)
2011: Venice Beach Ninja's (WCBL, starting five)