Cook registered 16 points (7-15 FG, 1-1 FT), six rebounds and two rebounds over 25 minutes during Friday's 134-125 G League loss to Rio Grande Valley.
Cook has been effective recently, as he's averaging 15.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 1.8 assists over the past last four games. Cook has provided the Blue with another inside scoring threat off the bench, taking some of the scoring burden off of fellow forwards Kevin Hervey and Myke Henry. Through his first five games with the Blue, Cook has proven himself as a valuable asset and figures to continue seeing significant minutes off the bench.
Cook finished with 19 points (9-13 FG, 1-2 FT), two rebounds, one assist, one steal and one block across 19 minutes during Wednesday's 128-115 G League win over Northern Arizona.
It took Cook just two games to pace his new team in scoring. He worked efficiently, hitting nine of 13 attempts from the field over 19 minutes. On the season, Cook is averaging 12.9 points, 5.7 rebounds and 1.1 assists.
Cook was traded from the Charge to the Blue on Sunday.
Cook, whose second 10-day contract with the Cavaliers ended without a season-long deal, was dealt for Vincent Edwards and an exchange of picks. Cook had averaged 13.3 points, 5.9 rebounds and 1.2 assists in 22.2 minutes across 22 games for the Charge prior to scoring the short-term deal with the Cavaliers.
Cook scored 28 points (12-19 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 3-8 FT) while adding nine rebounds, two steals and two blocks in Saturday's G League loss to Fort Wayne.
Cook has signed a pair of 10-day contracts with Cleveland this month and apparently needed some minutes in the G League. He certainly showed he's a better fit for the NBA, as he came just one board shy of a double-double while leading Canton in scoring.
Cook will sign a second 10-day contract with the Cavaliers, Michael Scotto of The Athletic reports.
As expected, the Cavaliers will re-acquire Cook, whose first 10-day contract expired on Jan. 5. In eight previous appearances with the team this season, Cook had seen limited run, averaging just 2.1 points and 0.9 rebounds in 3.5 minutes per contest.
The Cavaliers plan to re-sign Cook on a 10-day contract, Kelsey Russo of The Athletic reports.
Cleveland parted ways with Cook and Alfonzo McKinnie earlier in the week, but the team was able to bring back the latter on a 10-day deal prior to Thursday's overtime victory over the Pistons. The Cavaliers should be able to bring Cook back into the fold before Saturday's game in Denver, but the undrafted rookie out of Iowa isn't expected to have a meaningful role for the club.
Cook was waived by the Cavaliers on Monday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Cook recently signed a standard contract with Cleveland last Friday, but with the deadline nearing for non-guaranteed contracts to become guaranteed for the rest of the season, the team ultimately decided to let the Iowa rookie go. Cook was merely a non-factor in six appearances for the Cavs this year, averaging just 2.0 points and 0.8 rebounds over 2.8 minutes per contest. The 22-year-old will likely look to latch on with a G League squad in hopes of securing another two-way deal moving forward.
Cook has signed a non-guaranteed contract with the Cavaliers, Kelsey Russo of The Athletic reports.
Cook was previously on a two-way contract with the Cavaliers, but they've seemingly been impressed by his work. That said, his NBA minutes thus far have been limited. He's played 17 total minutes, racking up 12 points, five rebounds and one steal.
Cook scored 23 points (8-11 FG, 0-0 3Pt, 4-7 FT) and added 10 rebounds and five assists during Saturday's G League loss to Stockton.
Cook got his first start in a good while and rewarded the decision with a double-double while leading the team in points. The 22-year-old is averaging 10.6 points and 4.8 boards in 11 G League games this season.
Cook (ankle) appeared for the G League's Canton Charge in their game Saturday against the Capital City Go-Go, finishing with six points (2-6 FG, 1-2 FT) and four rebounds across 12 minutes in the 113-108 loss.
Cook missed Canton's previous two contests due to the left ankle injury, but his appearance off the bench Saturday signals that he's healthy again. Though he's one of the Cavaliers' two two-way players, Cook isn't expected to see extensive action at the NBA level this season.
Cook sat out Saturday's win over College Park with a left ankle injury.
No word on the severity of the injury or how Cook suffered it. He'll try to make it back for Thursday's contest against Rio Grande Valley.
Cook has played in only two of the Cavs' seven games, scoring four points in five minutes.
The undrafted Iowa product is still way down the pecking order, even with injuries to frontcourt players Ante Zizic (foot) and John Henson (hamstring). With both of them set to return mid-November, the 22-year-old is almost assured to not find many meaningful minutes.
Cook was claimed off waivers by Cleveland on Friday, Kelsey Russo of The Athletic reports.
Cook was previously waived by Denver, prompting the Cavs to make this move. He'll return to Cleveland on a two-way contract and figures to spend a good chunk of the season with the Canton Charge.
Cook was waived by the Nuggets on Wednesday, Bobby Marks of ESPN.com reports.
Cook signed a two-way contract with the Nuggets in June but was unable to secure a roster spot in camp. He appeared in two preseason games, recording two points and one rebound across nine minutes. He'll look to latch on elsewhere before the start of the regular season next week.
The Nuggets announced Tuesday that Cook (ankle) signed a two-way contract with the team.
Cook had already signed a contract with the team back in late June, but he wasn't able to participate in summer league due to a high ankle sprain he suffered in pre-draft workouts. Despite that, Cook will officially take up one of the Nuggets' two-way contract slots and be allowed to spend up to 45 days in the NBA during his rookie season.
Cook signed a contract with the Nuggets on Friday, but won't participate in the NBA Summer League due to an ankle injury, Mike Hlas of The Gazette reports.
Cook was able to snag a partially-guaranteed contract after going undrafted out of Iowa, securing an invitation to preseason training camp. The forward won't be able to participate in the NBA Summer League after reportedly sustaining a high ankle sprain during a workout with the Pistons on June 6.
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