Former NBA guard Quincy Douby was always an intriguing player, one of those afterthought draftees that had just enough scoring potential and goofball name recognition to become an underground favorite. Someone to take over where, say, Vonteego Cummings left off. Unfortunately, Douby never really panned out as a member of the post-Chris Webber Sacramento Kings. The Rutgers product never shot over 40 percent with the team, he didn’t exactly pan out during a short stint in the D-League, and his last NBA turn with the Toronto Raptors in 2008-09 (4.4 points per game in 10.4 minutes a contest over seven games, shooting 54 percent along the way) wasn’t enough to keep the Brooklyn native in the NBA.
It was enough to land a CBA gig. The Chinese Basketball Association, of late, has been a go-to refuge for ex-NBA players, and on Wednesday Douby set a mark with his Zhejiang Golden Bulls that could last for quite a while. The 6-3 guard registered 75 points in a win over the Shanxi Brave Dragons in only 36 minutes. Watch each and every one of those points, with accompanying hip hop beats, here: