Woods with AZS Koszalin, in 2015
|No. 13 – Cholet Basket|
|Position||Small forward / Shooting guard|
|League||LNB Pro A|
February 16, 1981 |
|Listed height||6 ft 8 in (2.03 m)|
|Listed weight||220 lb (100 kg)|
|High school||Carver (Memphis, Tennessee)|
|NBA draft||2002 / Round: 1 / Pick: 21st overall|
|Selected by the Portland Trail Blazers|
|2002–2004||Portland Trail Blazers|
|2005–2006||New York Knicks|
|2009–2010||Asseco Prokom Gdynia|
|2011||Asseco Prokom Gdynia|
|2012–2013||Lagun Aro GBC|
|Career highlights and awards|
Early Life And College career
He was born in Memphis and grew up in the Mallory Heights neighborhood. After attending Carver High School, and having one season each at Moberly Area Community College and Northeast Mississippi Community College, Woods was selected by the NBA's Portland Trail Blazers with the 21st pick of the 2002 NBA draft. Coming out of college, Woods was known to pro scouts as a player with exceptional potential (sometimes compared to Tracy McGrady), but with a history of off-court problems.
He was an early entry candidate in the 2002 Draft, and committed to the University of Memphis before making himself available for selection.
In his first two seasons with the Trail Blazers, Woods played in 115 games (53 and 62 respectively), averaging 2.4 and 3.6 points per game and appearing sparingly in the 2003 postseason. The 2004–05 season was packed with off-court trouble for Woods, as he was charged with animal cruelty following an investigation. He pleaded guilty to first-degree animal abuse for staging dog fights in his house, some involving his pit bull named Hollywood. Both Hollywood and Woods' other pit bull, Sugar, were confiscated, and Woods was given 80 hours of community service and also agreed to donate $10,000 to the Oregon Humane Society.
In response to these events, the Trail Blazers suspended and eventually released Woods, in a settlement that involved pay withheld from Woods in 2004–05, when he was supposed to be paid $1.1 million for the third year of a three-year contract. The Trail Blazers kept about $500,000, said spokesman Art Sasse.
Upon finally leaving Portland in January 2005, Woods subsequently joined the Miami Heat, playing in three regular season games (with averages of 3.3 points and 2 rebounds per game), but he was not used in the playoffs. He was part of a 13-player mega deal that sent him to the Boston Celtics on August 2, 2006, being waived after having played in only three exhibition games, and he was subsequently signed by the New York Knicks on December 6, 2005.
He played more under then Knicks head coach Larry Brown, starting sixteen games and averaging career highs in minutes per game, field goal percentage, points per game, rebounds and assists. However, he was not kept for the following season, and he would end up playing a month (from February to March) in the NBA Development League with the Bakersfield Jam.
Woods signed a two-year contract with Greek league team Olympiacos on July 16, 2007. In 10 appearances in the regular season, he averaged 12.5 points per game in 26.3 minutes per game. In 2007–08's playoffs, his numbers went down (8.1 points, 2.1 rebounds, in 20.7 minutes per game).
Woods was caught using marijuana during the Greek finals, and thus committed a breach of his contract, which led to Olympiacos terminating the final year of his deal. Subsequently, he signed with the Italian league's Fortitudo Pallacanestro Bologna after being released by Olympiacos.
He played with Asseco Prokom Gdynia in Poland, where he contributed to their seventh straight national championship. Wood also was the team's alpha dog in Asseco's run to the Euroleague Top 8 in 2010. In the same year he was awarded the Polish League MVP.
In August, 2014 Woods signed with AZS Koszalin from Polish Basketball League.
|2007–08||Olympiacos B.C.||Greek A1||22||21.6||.634||.366||.703||2.4||.9||.4||.3||10.1|
|2008–09||GMAC Bologna||Lega A||10||25.0||.493||.229||.912||3.9||.9||1.8||.4||12.9|
|Asseco Prokom||Polish PLK||23||27.6||.624||.416||.750||6.3||1.6||1.7||.5||19.2|
|2010–11||BC Krasnye Krylia||Russian PBL||1||2.0||--||--||--||.0||.0||.0||.0||.0|
|Asseco Prokom||Polish PLK||13||11.7||.512||.292||.500||2.1||.9||1.0||.3||5.8|
|2011–12||Maccabi Haifa B.C.||Ligat HaAl||4||22.8||.350||.313||.000||4.0||2.5||.8||.5||7.3|
|BC Dnipro||Ukraine Superleague||22||28.6||.478||.274||.677||5.8||2.6||1.0||.8||13.0|
|2012–13||Lagun Aro GBC||Liga ACB||29||22.9||.413||.364||.754||4.0||1.0||1.0||.4||11.9|
|2014–15||AZS Koszalin||Polish PLK||30||28.7||.564||.339||.742||7.2||2.8||1.1||.4||19.3|
- Qyntel Woods guilty
- Olympiacos inks Qyntel Woods for two years
- Olympiakos' 2007-08 stats
- Greek league stats
- Fortitudo nabs Qyntel Woods
- ASSECO PROKOM SOPOT basketball team
- Qyntel Woods joins the Red Wings
- Q is back! (Polish)
- Qyntel Woods signs with Maccabi in Israel
- "LE MANS adds veteran forward Woods". Eurocupbasketball.com. Retrieved 9 July 2013.
- "Qyntel Woods won't play with Le Mans". Sportando.net. Retrieved 8 September 2013.
- "Qyntel WOODS, nouveau renfort US de CB". Cholet-basket.com (in French). 16 July 2015. Retrieved 16 July 2015.