Quintin Dailey was on some really bad Clippers teams for three seasons in the late 80s. His best season with the team was 88-89, Danny Manning's rookie year, when he averaged a little over 16 points per game. That was an interesting team, in that 5 different Clippers averaged 16 or more - though one of those was Manning, who played only 26 games due to injury. I was a freshman at Pepperdine during Dailey's final season at USF. That year he pled guilty to an assault charge after an on campus incident at USF in which he was accused of raping a female student. Of course the next time the Dons came to Malibu, we in the student section were pretty merciless towards "San Quintin." But the guy could play basketball. The incident actually caused USF to drop basketball for several years, which is astounding when you consider that this was the school of Bill Russell, winners of two NCAA championships. After a 10 year NBA career, Quintin had gone on to a productive post-basketball life, working with troubled youths in a community center and reffing high school ball. He died of hypertensive cardiovascular disease. He was 49.