Birthplace: Chicago, IL
NBA Seasons: 13
Entering his first season in the BIG3, Quentin Richardson was taken with the fourth pick in the second round of the 2018 draft, 10th overall.
Richardson was a Chicago hoops legend in high school who played college ball at DePaul, where he was named Conference USA Player of the Year as a freshman in 1999. He declared for the 2000 NBA draft after his sophomore year and was taken by the L.A. Clippers with the 18th overall pick. After four seasons with the Clippers, Richardson played for the Phoenix Suns, New York Knicks, Miami Heat and Orlando Magic. In 2004 with the Suns, Richardson set a team record and tied for the league lead with 226 three-pointers. A year later with the Knicks, he won the NBA Three-Point Shootout.