The Iso podcast with Dan Dickau: How Decatur great Quincy Wilder became an open book

Quincy Wilder was a ferocious athlete and one of the most storied basketball players to come of the state of Washington. With Wilder, the question always becomes “what if?”

The Decatur standout’s career was cut short by legal troubles and multiple prison stints. Now, Wilder wants his story to educate others. On Wednesday’s episode of The Iso podcast with Dan Dickau, Wilder talks about his legendary time at Highline CC, breaking the Decatur curse and bouncing back after prison.

The Iso with Dan Dickau is a podcast presented by SBLive Sports and the Bleav Podcast Network, which publishes weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Dickau, a former Gonzaga All-American, NBA vet-turned basketball analyst interviews experts all corners of the sports world from coaches, front office executives to athletes about untold stories, memories and experiences.

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2 thoughts on “The Iso podcast with Dan Dickau: How Decatur great Quincy Wilder became an open book

  • August 28, 2020 at 9:53 am
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    I was the Head Football coach and Ath Dir at Decatur when “Q” was there. I tried my hardest to get him to play football. He would have been a Great D1 football player.

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  • August 31, 2020 at 12:57 am
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    Great interview, im glad Quincy is doing well. He was a stud, i remember it like it was yesterday. That final game was the first time i seen a box and one defense. And im pretty sure it was the first time for wilder as well, cause they shut him down. Man nobody could stop him from getting to the rim. Sequim broke my heart that night.

    Those were the golden years of Washington high basketball.

    Dan if u read this…..what about Omm’A Givens….if u can get a interview. That would be golden. I remember going to the dome to see him. But left talking about Jason Terry(The God Father of Washington Basketball Mr. Trifecta). Unless im missing someone who has 2 State titles back 2 back, NCAA Championship, and NBA chip.

    He should on everyone’s list from that era on.

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