SOR: Is this your first time back?
SOR: How's the NBA going?
Quincy: It's going pretty good. It's kind of rocky right now, being in my second year, but I'm enjoying myself, learning the NBA game.
SOR: Has it been tougher than you thought, easier than you thought?
Quincy: It's been what I thought. I knew it wasn't going to be easy. I'm just going to continue to stay hungry and work even harder
SOR: How do you like the city of Sacramento?
Quincy: It's a nice city. The people are really good. They show us love, come to the games and support us that's why we're doing really good at home.
SOR: What do you think about your former team out there?
Quincy: I think they're good. They've been pretty good. I wish I had some eligibility to play, and shoot some threes for them. (laughs) I think they did a good job, you know, they moved the ball well, but I just think North Carolina had too much firepower. Everybody's scoring, they have people coming off the bench doing a lot of things.
I think (Rutgers) is going to get where they need to, they need to continue to play together and learn.
SOR: So overall you are pleased with the direction that the (RU) program
Quincy: Definitely! I think Coach Hill is going to do a great job so I'm not even worried right now.
SOR: What are your impressions about Corey Chandler?
Quincy: I think he's an awesome player. You saw what he did out there. His first step is really quick. He can handle, he's got the ball on a string. He's got to continue to work, and use that as motivation to get even better.
SOR: And if you were out there tonight, would the outcome have been
Quincy: Umm, I don't know I'm not even going to brag like that. That's a helluva team, right? I'd have played my butt off, that's one thing I can tell you.
SOR: Quincy, thanks very much, it was great to see you.