Qyntel Deon Woods

Basketball Player, America



Basketball Player, America

Qyntel Deon Woods, born on February 16, 1981, is an American former Basketball player who played mainly at the small forward position and occasionally in the shooting guard position.

Early Life and College career

Qyntel Deon Woods was born in Memphis and grew up in the Mallory High neighborhood. He spent one season playing college basketball each at Moberly Area Community College and one at Northeast Mississippi College while studying at Carver High School. The time came when Qyntel Deon Woods went out of the University of Memphis; he placed himself and his esteem in such a manner that he was known to pro-scouts as a player with exceptional potential, and somewhat ironically, he was often compared to Tracy McGrady but with a historical background of off-court problems. Qyntel Deon Woods was an early entry candidate in the 2002 NBA draft. He had a committed loyalty to play for the University of Memphis before making himself available for the purpose of draft selection.

Professional Career

NBA (National Basketball Association)

Qyntel Deon Woods was selected for NBA’s Portland Trail Blazers team as the 21st pick for the NBA draft for the year 2002. In the first 2 seasons of his professional basketball career with the Trail Blazers. Qyntel Deon Woods had played around 115 basketball matches and averaged 2.4 points per game in 53 games and 3.6 points per game in 62 games.

Upon finally leaving the Portland Trail Blazers in January 2005, Qyntel Deon Woods had subsequently joined the Miami Heat. He had played with that basketball team for 3 regular basketball games with an average of 3.3 points and 2 rebounds each game; however, unfortunately, he wasn’t used in the playoffs. Though Qyntel Deon Woods was a part of the 13-player mega-deal through which he was traded to Boston Celtics dated on August 2, 2006. After playing 3 exhibition games with the basketball team Boston Celtics, Qyntel Deon Woods got waived off from the team. He was subsequently signed by the New York Knicks on December 6, 2005.

Notably, under New York Knicks, Qyntel Deon Woods eventually went on to play around 16 games under the leadership of coach Larry Brown, and there he was experiencing average career highs in minutes per game, field goal percentage, points per game, rebounds, and assists respectively. However, Qyntel Deon Woods wasn’t part of the team for the following season. There, he ended up playing for a single month from February to March in the NBA Development League with the basketball team, Bakersfield Jam.


Qyntel Deon Woods later went on to sign a 2-year contract deal with the Greek Basketball League (GBL), Olympiacos, dated July 16, 2007. In only around 10 appearances in the Greek League regular season, Qyntel Deon Woods averaged around 12.5 points per game in 26.3 minutes per game. Later in the 2007-2008 playoffs, he scored 8.1 points 2.1 rebounds in 20.7 minutes per game. In 2009-2010 as eventually, things changed. Woods went on to win the Polish League MVP award.

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Personal Information
BornFebruary 16, 1981 (age 41) Memphis, Tennessee
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m)
Listed weight220 lb (100 kg)

Career Information
High schoolCarver (Memphis, Tennessee)
CollegeMoberly Area CC (2000–2001)
Northeast Mississippi CC (2001–2002)
NBA draft2002 / Round: 1 / Pick: 21st overall Selected by the Portland Trail Blazers
Playing career2002–2019
PositionSmall forward / Shooting guard

Career highlights and awards
3× Polish League champion (2009–2011)
Polish League MVP (2010)
Polish League Finals MVP (2009)
Polish League Top Scorer (2009)
Polish League All–Star Game (2010)
Greek All–Star Game (2008)
Greek All-Star Game Slam Dunk Champion (2008)


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