Born to Carlos Acy and Renata King in 1990, Acy was born to ball. Attending Horn High School as a youth, Quincy then led the school to their first boys basketball playoff berth in junior season; while earning the position as a two-time District 12-5A Co-Definsive Payer of the Year for himself.

Acy then went on to play four seasons at Baylor, finishing his career as the second player in program history to be ranked in Top 10 in scoring, rebounding, blocked shots and field goal percentage. He also was a member of the winningest class in program history, boasting 100 career victories. During his time at Baylor, Quincy averaged 12.0 points, 7.4 rebounds and 1.8 blocks in 38 starts as a senior. He was also the only player to start in all 38 games.

Acy started his NBA career by being selected by Toronto in the second round (37th overall) of the 2012 NBA Draft. He ultimately ended up in New York with the Knicks. 6’7”, 240 lb Acy averaged 4 ppg during the 2013-2014 season, with 2.7 rebounds and 11.8 minutes in 29 games. He shot .560 for the season, and is only getting better every day. Quincy will be entering his 4th NBA season with the Sacramento Kings