The New Orleans Pelicans have inked former Duke star Quinn Cook to a second 10-day contract.
The team announced the move a short time ago. Cook signed his first 10-day deal with the Pels on March 19.
Since then, he has appeared in three games, averaging 1.0 points and 0.7 assists in 2.7 minutes per contest.
Cook previously played in five games for the Dallas Mavericks from Feb. 27-Mar. 7. He averaged 5.4 points and 2.4 assists in those appearances.
Since graduating from Duke in 2015, Cook has spent much of his time in the NBA Developmental League, winning Rookie of the Year honors last season while suiting up for the Canton Charge.
A four-year contributor for the Blue Devils, Cook produced double-digit scoring averages his last three seasons in Durham.
As a senior in 2014-15, Cook scored 16.0 points, pulled down 3.3 rebounds and dished out 2.8 assists per contest, helping to lead Duke to the program's fifth national championship.