Missouri State guard Keandre Cook signs as UFA

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Missouri State guard Keandre Cook signs as UFA

Former Missouri State guard Keandre Cook is headed to the NBA. 

The 6-foot-5 guard tweeted on Thursday night that he has signed with the Charlotte Hornets. 

Sources told the News-Leader throughout his pre-draft process that multiple teams had expressed interest in the former Bear. His outside shooting ability for his length made him an attractive prospect to NBA teams. 

Cook played two seasons at Missouri State after transferring to play for head coach Dana Ford.

Missouri State's Keandre Cook (1) looks for a shot against Valparaiso at the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament, Saturday, March 7, 2020, at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis.

He started in 46 games while making 65 appearances while averaging 13.9 points per game. He was a 40.1 percent shooter from beyond the arc in his two seasons. 

Before signing with the Bears, Cook played at Odessa (Texas) College and he was ranked as the No. 76 juco prospect in the Class of 2018.

Cook went undrafted during Wednesday night’s NBA draft. He is signing as an undrafted free agent. 



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