- HEAT Video
Oct 22 2009 3:56PM
Not drafted by the NBA out of college in 2006…signed by the HEAT as a free agent on July 6, 2006…re-signed by the HEAT on Sept. 11, 2008.
Has appeared in 168 NBA regular season games in his three-year NBA career and has made 26 starts…has averaged 5.6 points, 2.2 assists, 1.3 rebounds, 0.51 steals and 16.1 minutes while shooting 40.9 percent from the floor, 39.7 percent from three-point range and 81.3 percent from the foul line…has amassed a 3.44 assist-to-turnover ratio…has missed six games due to injury, 18 games as a healthy scratch on the inactive list and has been a DNP-CD on 54 occasions…ranks among the HEAT’s all-time leaders in three-point field goal percentage (6th-.397), three-point field goals made (18th-140) and three-point field goals attempted (tied 20th-353)…in his 26 career starts he has averaged 11.7 points, 4.9 assists, 3.1 rebounds, 1.42 steals and 32.8 minutes while amassing a 3.18 assist-to-turnover ratio and shooting 42.7 percent from the floor, 40.4 percent from three-point range and 85.3 percent from the foul line…has scored in double figures on 37 occasions, including five 20-point performances (three off the bench)…his longest stretch of consecutive double-figure scoring games is eight and occurred from Mar. 27, 2008-Apr. 11, 2008…his longest string of consecutive field goals made is eight and occurred from Mar. 16-19, 2008…his longest string of consecutive free throws made is 21 and occurred from Nov. 5, 2008-Jan. 18, 2009…his career high for most field goals made in a game without a miss is six and occurred at Milwaukee on Mar. 18, 2008…his high for most three-point field goals made in a game without a miss is five and occurred against Detroit on Apr. 15, 2009…his career high for most free throws made in a game without a miss is six and occurred twice (vs. Dallas on Mar. 16, 2008 and vs. New Jersey on Nov. 10, 2008)…his high for consecutive games with at least one three-point field goal made is 11 and occurred twice (Nov. 5, 2008-Nov. 24, 2008 and Mar. 27, 2008-Apr. 16, 2008…his longest stretch without a turnover is 135:25 minutes and occurred from Nov. 30, 2007-Dec. 15, 2007…his longest streak of consecutive games played is 25 and occurred from Jan. 2, 2009-Feb. 22, 2009…his longest streak of consecutive starts is 13 and occurred from Mar. 24, 2008-Apr. 16, 2008…has registered six double-figure scoring quarters…has drawn 14 charges…has 20 multi-steal games…has seen action in five NBA postseason games (no starts) and has averaged 1.6 points, 1.0 assists, 0.40 steals, 0.2 rebounds and 4.8 minutes with a 2.5 assist-to-turnover ratio while shooting 42.9 percent from the floor and 100 percent from the foul line.
Came off the bench in all 66 games in which he appeared for the HEAT and averaged 5.1 points (.408 FG%, .810 FT%), 2.0 assists, 1.1 rebounds and 14.6 minutes…missed one game due to injury, was a healthy scratch on the inactive list four times and was a DNP-CD on 11 occasions…ranked 28th in the NBA in three-point field goal percentage (.409)…led the HEAT in three-point field goal percentage and assist-to-turnover ratio (4.0)…ranked third on the HEAT in assists (132) and fourth in three-point field goals made (56)…recorded career highs in games played, three-point field goal percentage and assist-to-turnover ratio…led the HEAT in scoring once, in assists on five occasions and in steals three times…was Miami’s leading scorer off the bench on eight occasions and led the HEAT reserves in assists a team-high 40 times, in steals on 18 occasions, in minutes six times, in rebounds in three games and in blocks twice…scored in double figures 10 times, including one 20-point performance…hit a career-high 21 consecutive free throws from Nov. 5-Jan. 18…his 21 straight free throws made was the HEAT high for the 2008-09 season…matched his career high for most consecutive games with a three-point field goal made when he hit a trey in 11 straight games from Nov. 5-24…played in a career-high 25 consecutive games from Jan. 2-Feb. 22…had a game- and career-high 26 points in Miami’s overtime win against Detroit in the regular season finale on Apr. 15 and also recorded a career high in field goals made with nine…was a perfect 5-5 from three-point range against Detroit on Apr. 15, marking the most treys he has hit in a game during his career without a miss…had two double-figure scoring quarters…had five multi-steal games…drew four charges…Season Highs: 26 points (vs. Detroit, Apr. 15), seven assists (at Atlanta, Apr. 14), four rebounds (twice), two steals (five times), one block (twice) and 32:47 minutes (at Milwaukee, Jan. 14).
Started 25 of the 60 games in which he appeared for the HEAT and averaged 7.8 points (.424 FG%, .867 FT%), 3.0 assists, 2.0 rebounds, 0.77 steals and 22.3 minutes…missed five games due to injury (Dec. 22-29 with a sprained left ankle)…was a DNP-CD on 13 occasions and a healthy scratch on the inactive list four times…finished tied for 27th in the NBA in three-point field goal percentage (.403)…ranked second on the HEAT in assist-to-turnover ratio (3.24) and three-point field goal percentage and fourth in three-point field goals made (64), assists (178) and steals (46)…recorded career highs in every major statistical category…led the HEAT in scoring on six occasions and also topped the squad in assists 12 times, in steals six times, in minutes on four occasions and in blocks once…was Miami’s leading scorer off the bench on seven occasions and also topped the HEAT reserves in assists 15 times, in steals on seven occasions, in minutes three times and in rebounds twice…scored in double figures on 24 occasions, including four 20-point performances (two off the bench)…scored in double figures in a career-high eight consecutive games from Mar. 27-Apr. 11…hit a career-high eight consecutive field goal attempts from Mar. 16-19, tied for the third best mark on the team in 2007-08…made a season-high 14 consecutive free throw attempts from Feb. 4-Mar. 19…was a perfect 6-6 from the floor (3-3 on three-point field goals) at Milwaukee on Mar. 18 and the six field goals he hit are his most in a game without a miss…hit all six of his free throw attempts against Dallas on Mar. 16, marking his career high for most free throws made in a game without a miss…recorded season highs in both points (24) and field goals made (8) against Milwaukee on Mar. 24 and again at Washington on Apr. 4…also set his career high in field goals attempted (17) at Washington…scored 22 points and recorded career highs in both three-point field goals made (6) and attempted (10) against Washington on Dec. 13…the 22-point effort against Washington on Dec. 13 marked the second highest total by a HEAT non-starter in 2007-08…had a career-high stretch of 135:25 minutes without a turnover from Nov. 30-Dec. 15…became just the 14th player in HEAT history to play all 48 minutes of a non-overtime game when he went the distance at Toronto on Mar. 19 to set a career high in minutes played…played in a season-high 24 consecutive games from Mar. 5-Apr. 16…started a career-high 13 consecutive games from Mar. 24-Apr. 16…hit at least one three-point field goal in a career-high 11 consecutive games from Mar. 27-Apr. 16, the second longest streak on the team in 2007-08…matched his career high with nine assists against New Orleans on Apr. 2…had a career-high six steals at New York on Mar. 26, tied for the HEAT season-high…had four double-figure scoring quarters…drew five charges…had 12 multi-steal games…Season Highs: 24 points (twice), nine assists (vs. New Orleans, Apr. 2), seven rebounds (three times), six steals (at New York, Mar. 26), one block (four times) and 48:00 minutes (at Toronto, Mar. 19).
2006-07 SEASON:Saw action in 42 games (one start) and averaged 3.4 points (.366 FG%, .676 FT%), 1.5 assists, 0.7 rebounds, 0.36 steals and 9.7 minutes…was a DNP-CD on 30 occasions and was a healthy scratch on the inactive list 10 times...ranked 11th among rookies in assists per game…had a 3.1 assist-to-turnover ratio…led the HEAT in assists and steals three times each…was Miami’s top scorer off the bench on three occasions and topped Miami’s reserves in assists 11 times, in steals three times and in rebounds once…scored in double figures on three occasions…made his first NBA start against Charlotte on Feb. 5 and scored 14 points, grabbed five rebounds, handed out five assists and recorded two steals in 36:01 minutes of play…made his NBA debut in the first game of the season on Oct. 31 vs. Chicago and scored two points and dished out three assists in 13:51 minutes…took five charges…had three multi-steal games…Season Highs: 14 points (vs. Charlotte, Feb. 5), nine assists (vs. Boston, Apr. 16), five rebounds (vs. Charlotte, Feb. 5), two steals (three times) and 36:01 minutes (vs. Charlotte, Feb. 5).
2009: Came off the bench in all five games in which he appeared in Miami’s Opening Round series against Atlanta and averaged 1.6 points (.429 FG%, 1.000 FT%), 1.0 assists, 0.40 steals, 0.2 rebounds and 4.8 minutes with a 2.5 assist-to-turnover ratio…was a DNP-CD on two occasions…made his NBA postseason debut at Atlanta in Game 1 on Apr. 19 and was scoreless with one assist and one steal in seven minutes…2007: Was on the inactive list for each of Miami’s four postseason games…missed Game 1 against Chicago due to a sprained left ankle and was a healthy scratch the final three games.
COLLEGE:Played four seasons at the University of Notre Dame…was a two-time co-captain…appeared in 122 games (80 starts) and averaged 11.9 points, 3.5 assists, 2.7 rebounds, 1.27 steals and 31.3 minutes while shooting 44.7 percent from the floor, 41.7 percent from three-point range and 82.5 percent from the foul line…was named to the All-Big East First Team as a senior in 2005-06…started in 28 of 29 games in his senior season and averaged 17.7 points, 6.5 assists, 3.8 rebounds, 1.55 steals and 40.0 minutes…led the team in scoring, assists and was tied for first in steals…shot a career-high 87.2 percent (95-109) from the foul line…posted two points-assists double-doubles and also dished out a career-high 10 assists on two occasions…as a junior in 2004-05, he was a Big East Academic All-Star selection…started all 27 games for the Fighting Irish in 2004-05 and averaged 13.1 points, 3.2 assists, 2.9 rebounds, 1.30 steals and 35.3 minutes…scored 20-or-more points on three occasions…missed the first game of his career after suffering a bruised right clavicle in the first round of the Big East Tournament…shot a career-high 45.5 percent from three-point range in 2004-05…as a sophomore in 2003-04, he appeared in 32 games (25 starts), averaging 14.3 points, 3.3 assists, 3.0 rebounds, 1.47 steals and 35.8 minutes…was the team’s second leading scorer in 2003-04…recorded 20-or-more points five times…was a Big East Academic All-Star selection as a freshman in 2002-03…came off the bench in all 34 games in which he appeared as a freshman and averaged 3.9 points, 1.6 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 15.3 minutes…scored in double figures twice his freshman season.
Full name is Christopher James Quinn…is the son of Chris and Susan Quinn…married his wife Lauren on July 18, 2009…has two sisters, Jessica and Brittany Quinn…his brother-in-law, Kevin McCadam, is a former safety for the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers…graduated from Notre Dame with a degree in marketing…he chose that field of study because business is something that interests him…likes to play golf in his spare time…considers his family as his most prized possession…would like to own his own business after his basketball career is over…welcomed students back and handed out school supplies for the first day of classes at Riverside Elementary School in August of 2009…participated in the HEAT’s 7th Annual April Pool’s Day on Apr. 10, 2008 which launched a summer long “Learn to Swim” community swim safety campaign where he got in the pool and helped give children from the HEAT Academy’s Riverside Elementary School a special swimming lesson…helped built a house in Miami for Habitat for Humanity in January of 2008…has hosted a basketball clinic in his hometown in each of the last three summers…says football is his favorite sport other than basketball…was a college roommate of Miami Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano at Notre Dame…had his high school jersey retired on Feb. 13, 2007…lists Entourage as his favorite TV show…lists Gladiator, The Wedding Crashers, Billy Madison and 300 as his favorite movies…listens to all kinds of music…admires his mother because she has always been there for him…favorite food is shrimp…says Hawaii was the best place he has visited because of the weather…wears size 12 sneakers.