Cook thanked coach Leslie Frazier for being “very supportive of me” and said he’s happy not to have to worry about his future any longer.
“I was just going day to day. I never really knew what was going to happen, when it was going to be over with or what decision the organization was going to make,” he said. “I was always hopeful that they would keep me around and give me a second chance.”
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