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Quintin "Q" Dailey (born January 22, 1961 in Baltimore, Maryland) is a retired American professional basketball player. A 6'3" guard from the University of San Francisco, he played for the Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Clippers, and Seattle SuperSonics of the NBA.

Dailey's career would be overshadowed by a series of personal problems, most notably allegations of rape which stemmed from an incident at the University of San Francisco. Illinois chapters of the National Organization for Women protested outside of the Chicago Bulls' ticket office after the team selected Dailey in the 1982 NBA Draft. Dailey also missed many games over the course of his career due to drug problems.[1] When healthy, however, Dailey was a productive player. He earned a spot on the NBA All-Rookie Team during the 1982-83 NBA season, and during the 1983-84 season he averaged 18.2 points per game. He played sporadically until the Sonics released him in 1992, having scored 7,470 points in his career.

Dailey attended the Cardinal Gibbons School in Baltimore, and played for Baltimore Catholic League legend, Ray Mullis.

Notes

  1. ^ Steve Kelley. "Dailey Struggle As Sonic Finally Ending". The Seattle Times. December 11, 1991. Retrieved on June 24, 2009.

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