he seemed rather nervous there. but understandable given his tenuous future in the NBA and his lack of PT this season.
thought this was interesting, from his WP entry:
In late March, former teammate Shaquille O'Neal made disparaging comments about Quinn to a reporter from The Boston Globe. "I love playing for this coach and I love playing with [the Suns]," O'Neal told the Globe. "We have professionals who know what to do. No one is asking me to play with Chris Quinn or Ricky Davis. I'm actually on a team again." After Phoenix's subsequent loss to Boston and an in-kind response from Heat coach Pat Riley, O'Neal elaborated, saying that defenses would sag off of Quinn and Davis and he wasn't able to get the ball. After O'Neal's comments, Quinn went on to average 15 points, 4 rebounds and 7 assists in April, nearly tripling his career averages. On December 1st, 2008, Quinn made a three point shot while falling down on the ground to tie the game at 129–129, with 7.1 seconds left on the clock...
yea, and shaq sure was an improvement for the suns... not.