Quentin was traded to the New York Knicks in 2005.
Quentin, along with NBA stars, Michael Olowakandi and Darius Miles, starred in Nat'l Lampoon's Val Wilder.
Quentin attended DePaul University in Chicago for 2 years.
Quentin was drafted 18th overall by the LA Clippers in the 2000 NBA Draft.
Quentin is 6-5 tall and weighs 238 pounds.
Quentin: It's tough, but not 28 points tough. That's defeat. I know we had a lot of turnovers, we have a lot of young players. Other than that, we just have to compete and listen to what coach says.
Quentin: I've lost before, but it's the way we're losing now that hurts.
Quentin: We've got to 'man up,' each individual. We've got to stop somebody and help each other. Jamal had a tough job against Speedy, and we did a poor job of helping out.
Quentin: He ain't gotta be flashy. That makes you appreciate him more. I think he's an old-fashioned throwback type. He just goes out there and gets it done.
Quentin: I just felt it was getting more stiff as time went on.
Quentin: He definitely felt like it was a little unfair situation. And he voiced his opinion.
Quentin: Getting elbowed and hit in the face... awesome.
Quentin: All that matters is winning.
Quentin: I'm a proud defensive player. I'm not going to let anybody go crazy on me. I've got more pride than that, just having someone go off for a million points.
Quentin: I know this is what he would want me to do. He wanted me to be successful. He wouldn't want me to sit at home.
Quentin: He's going to have to put on some weight.
Quentin: We're not saying we're going to win the Western Conference or anything like that. But we definitely feel like we can compete with anybody in the league.
Quentin: That's the way I play. I never remember my last shot.
Quentin: It was a low-scoring, ugly game. We both slowed the game down. It got ugly for a while.
Quentin: We put it on the board. The (stuff) stops here.
Quentin: You come to a new team, new system, it'll take a couple games, ... I'm not alarmed by anything. I'm just going to keep working hard and practicing hard and keep working at it. As a player, you get frustrated a little bit, but I know with time, everything will come into play, so I'm not that worried about it.
Quentin: It definitely is a shock, but I also understand it's a business decision. It's something that comes along with being a NBA player. I've gotta roll with it.
Quentin: I'm thrilled that I'm getting back to playing the way I play, downright dirty and nasty. When I get people down in the post, I'm going to abuse them and score.