Quinton Stephens is changing teams in Italy. Hours after reportedly leaving Auxilium Pallacanestro Torino, Stephens has signed with Scafati Basket in Serie A2 after appearing in 14 games for Torino - seven in Serie A play and seven in Eurocup play. However, Stephens played sparingly, and his move to Scafati should see him average more than the scant 4.4 minutes per game he averaged at Torino.
The 6'9 rookie out of Georgia Tech averaged 10.4 points and 7.7 rebounds per game in his senior season, so he is definitely capable of not only scoign on the offensive side but grabbing buckets on both ends of the floor. Scafati could certainly utilize him as they are in a fight for the top spot in the Western Division of Serie A2 with a 14-8 record.