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44 Brian Cook PF
Height/Weight: 6-9/234 | Birthdate: 12/4/1980 | Birthplace: Lincoln, IL | Team: | College: Illinois | NBA Experience: 9 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Jazz waive five Saturday


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(10/26/2013) The Jazz hacked away at their bloated preseason roster Saturday, in order to set the 15-man roster for the start of the season. Brian Cook, Dominic McGuire, Justin Holiday, Lester Hudson and Scott Machado were all cut Wednesday, after playing minor roles in the preseason. 

Cook cut by Wizards


(10/30/2012) The Wizards cut guard Shelvin Mack and forward Brian Cook Sunday.

Cook turns injuries into PT


(4/4/2012) Washington power forward Brian Cook saw some added run on Wednesday against Indiana with both Nene and Trevor Booker missing the game. Cook played 29 minutes off the bench and just missed a double-double with 10 points and nine rebounds. Cook shot 4 of 6 from the field and hit a 3-pointer as he also had two assists during his 29 minutes on the court.

Cook makes debut


(3/18/2012) While Nene isn’t ready to make his first appearance for the Wizards, the other piece acquired in Thursday’s deadline deal, Brian Cook, saw the floor for Washington for the first time on Sunday against the Grizzlies. Cook played eight minutes off the bench, scoring three points on 1 of 4 shooting, with all of his attempts coming from three-point range. He also added one rebound as the Wizards lost, 97-92.

Cook headed to Wizards


(3/15/2012) Yahoo! Sports reports that center Nene has been traded as part of a three-team deal. Nene goes to the Wizards, center JaVale McGee is headed to Denver and guard Nick Young is going to the Clippers. Brian Cook is also headed from the Clippers to Washington.

Cook still on the bench


(1/30/2012) Clippers forward Brian Cook was given the OK to return to action last Sunday, but has yet to return to action for Los Angeles. He's been dealing with an ankle injury and received a DNP - coach's decision against the Nuggets.

Cook still sitting on bench


(1/27/2012) Clippers forward Brian Cook was given the OK to return to action on Sunday, but has yet to return to action for Los Angeles. He's been dealing with an ankle injury and continues to get DNP - coach's decision.

Cook remaining on bench


(1/26/2012) Clippers PF Brian Cook (ankle) remained sidelined against the Lakers on Wednesday night. Cook was given the OK to return to action on Sunday, but has yet to return to action for the Clippers. He may not be in the rotation.

Cook ready to play again


(1/22/2012) Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro said forward Brian Cook would return Sunday against the Raptors after missing the last four games with an ankle injury. He did not see any action in the 103-91 win, however.

Cook still sidelined


(1/20/2012) Clippers F Brian Cook will miss his third consecutive game Friday against Minnesota as he continues to be bothered by an ankle injury, according to The Orange County Register. Cook, who has not played since last Saturday, is considered day to day with the setback.

Cook inactive for Clippers


(1/19/2012) Los Angeles forward Brian Cook missed his second straight game on Wednesday night as he is dealing with an ankle injury. The team is considering him day-to-day.

Cook dealing with bone spurs


(1/17/2012) Clippers F Brian Cook (ankle) missed Tuesday's game at Utah. An X-ray revealed he had bone spurs in his ankle after he tweaked the area during Saturday's game against the Lakers. He is day to day.

Ankle likely to sideline Cook


(1/17/2012) Clippers F Brian Cook (ankle) is listed as doubtful for Tuesday's game at Utah, according to the team. An X-ray revealed he had bone spurs in his ankle after he tweaked the area during Saturday's game against the Lakers.

Cook to have precautionary MRI


(1/15/2012) Clippers PF Brian Cook is expected to undergo a precautionary MRI on his ankle after he had an X-ray reveal he had some bone spurs, reports the Los Angeles Times Sunday. The spurs may have been around for a while. Cook only got the X-ray because he tweaked his ankle on Saturday against the Lakers.

Cook whips up season high


(2/13/2011) Clippers forward Brian Cook notched a season-high 17 points and six rebounds in Los Angeles' 98-93 loss at Toronto on Sunday. Cook connected on 6 of 11 from the field, including 3 of 5 from 3-point range, to post his sixth game in double digits this season and first since Dec. 17 against Detroit. The veteran power forward also sank two free throws while playing 25 minutes -- his second-highest total of the season (27).

Cook active, gets DNP


(1/23/2011) Clippers reserve forward Brian Cook was available for the first time since Dec. 17, coach Vinny Del Negro told NBA.com on Saturday. Cook, an eight-year veteran who is averaging 6.1 points, missed the last 15 games with a sprained ankle. Del Negro said he planned to play Cook about 10-12 minutes, but may go as high as 15. That did not happen as Cook didn't enter the game, per coach's decision. The Clippers were able to hold off the Warriors, 113-109.

Cook remains sidelined


(1/20/2011) Clippers forward Brian Cook was still inactive on Wednesday as Los Angeles hosted Minnesota. Cook has not played since Dec. 17 and is loosely considered day to day. There is no timetable fro his return.

Cook still out for Clippers


(1/17/2011) Clippers PF Brian Cook missed Monday's win over the Pacers with his ankle injury. Cook has not played since Dec. 17 and is loosely considered day to day. That said, the Clippers have no timetable for him to return.

Cook not ready to return


(1/16/2011) Clippers PF Brian Cook missed Sunday's game against the Lakers, reports NBA.com. Cook has an ankle injury and has not played since Dec. 17. He is day to day.

Cook hopes for Sunday return


(1/13/2011) The Los Angeles Times reports that Clippers forward Brian Cook, who is out with a sprained ankle, wanted to return for Wednesday's home game against the Heat but was out again. For Cook, a more realistic target date will be Sunday's game against the Lakers.

Cook to miss three weeks


(12/21/2010) The Los Angeles Daily News reports that Brian Cook (ankle) will miss "at least" three weeks. He had his ankle stepped on and rolled last Friday.

Cook still missing time


(12/20/2010) Clippers PF Brian Cook (ankle) remained out for Monday's game against Minnesota. Cook is day to day and was hurt last Friday.

Cook out with sprain


(12/19/2010) Clippers forward Brian Cook missed Saturday's game after spraining his right ankle in the final minute of Friday night's win. He's considered day to day.

Cook solid off suspension


(12/11/2010) Clippers PF Brian Cook returned from his 2-game suspension to play 18 minutes in a loss to Memphis on Saturday afternoon. Cook played well in his return with 13 points on 5 of 8 shooting with three rebounds and two blocks. He went 3 for 5 from 3-point range.

Cook gets 2-game suspension


(12/6/2010) Clippers PF Brian Cook was suspended for two games on Monday, reports the team's official site. Cook picked up a flagrant-2 foul in Sunday's game against the Blazers and was ejected after shoving Joel Przybilla in the chest as Przybilla went up for a layup at the end of the third quarter. Andre Miller got a one-game suspension for his part. Cook will miss Monday's game against the Kings and Wednesday's game against the Lakers and is eligible to return for the next game against Memphis.