At 32, it feels like the end of the journey for Kyle O’Quinn. After eight seasons in the NBA, between Orlando (2012-2015), New York (2015-2018), Indiana (2018-2019) and Philadelphia (2019-2020), the pivot will have made a brief stint in Europe, punctuated by six months at Fenerbahce, and barely more at Paris Basketball.
Even if his arrival had been significant for Paris Basketball and for Betclic Elite, the result did not really live up to the expectations placed on him, since the player was finally cut last March (10.5 points, 6 rebounds and 2.7 assists in 24 minutes on average over 19 games).
At the end of the end of the season without playing, Kyle O’Quinn has therefore signed up for one with the SeaHorses of Mikawa and will therefore evolve in the Japanese championship.
“I am happy to come to Mikawa. I look forward to taking on this new challenge. Heard great things about the team, the league and the fans. My goal is to help the team win a lot of games,” he thus said.
If we are not sure to see him again in Europe, there is even less chance that we will see him again one day in the NBA.