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Thursday, January 3

The Tulsa 66ers are back at home this weekend and Tulsa fans will see a new face at point guard in the first home game of 2013. Chris Quinn, a five-year NBA veteran, will play his first home game with Tulsa on Friday night.

Quinn saw action in 234 NBA games from 2006-2011 before spending last season playing for Khimki Moscow in Russia. The guard began this season with Valencia in Spain before being acquired by Tulsa last week. In his first two games as a 66er, Quinn combined for 36 points and 14 assists.

Following practice on Thursday, Tulsa66ers.com met up with Quinn to talk about his transisition to Tulsa, the advantages to playing in the D-League, and what he's seen in his teammates thus far.


The 66ers (8-5) host the Idaho Stampede (3-12) on Friday night and the Texas Legends (9-5) on Saturday.

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Tulsa suffered a pair of road losses to the Canton Charge last weekend, falling 104-96 on Friday and 89-80 on Saturday.



The 66ers can be seen on national television in a pair of neutral-site games next week as part of the NBA D-League Showcase in Reno, Nevada. More Info

Tulsa has proven to be one of the toughest defenses to score on in the NBA D-League. The 66ers have held their opponents to 93.9 points per game - the third lowest in the League.



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