KingQuai614 - NBA 2K League

Seanquai Harris

  • Hometown: Columbus, OH
  • Country: USA
  • 2018 Draft: Round 6, Pick 7 for Raptors Uprising GC
  • 2019 Draft: Player retained by Raptors Uprising GC

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KingQuai614

Seanquai Harris (KingQuai614) returns to Raptors Uprising GC after being re-selected by Toronto in the third-round of the 2019 NBA 2K League Draft. Originally a sixth-round pick of the team in 2018, Harris manned the centre position for the Uprising during its inaugural season and put up 13.3 points per game and 7.3 rebounds over the course of 12 games. Harris helped the team to an 8-6 record and a playoff berth.

Harris previously attended Minnesota West Junior College and majored in Business Management while playing Division III football. Harris has a four-year-old daughter, who he works hard for every day, named Nalani. Before joining the NBA 2K League in 2018, Harris worked for three years as direct support for disabled people at a community home to support his daughter and because he enjoys helping people in his community. Harris started playing 2K in 2006 and started playing competitively in 2016.

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