The Utah Jazz worked out point guards Myck Kabongo and Nate Wolters on Saturday in preparation for the NBA draft.
None of the Utah’s point guards from last season — Mo Williams, Jamaal Tinsley or Earl Watson — is under contract for next year.
"Utah does need a point guard, and everybody is aware of that," Kabongo said. "[So] I’m excited to come out here. Obviously...
Looking for the alley-oop dunk on Monday night in the NBA? We have it for you here at That NBA Lottery Pick.In the final minutes of the Utah Jazz/Portland Trail Blazers game, Utah guard Jamaal Tinsley found teammate Jeremy Evans with an alley-oop from the three-point line:
Jamaal Tinsley does not have the type of freakish physical ability that is commonly referred to as “NBA athleticism.” He didn’t have it when he was young and he certainly doesn’t have it now that he’s 34. What Jamaal Tinsley has is skills. The type of skills that earned him a nickname at New York City’s famed Holcombe Rucker Park. To earn any nickname at the Rucker...
STILL GOT IT
Jamaal Tinsley has flashed some pretty impressive ball handling skills during the course of his career. You can check out a pretty nice top 10 list of them here. The 34-year old Tinsley, who was the first overall pick in last year’s NBA Development League Draft, currently plays for the Utah Jazz after being [...]
Jamaal Tinsley dribbled through the legs of Oklahoma City Thunder’s Nazr Mohammed, much to the delight of the home Utah Jazz crowd. Tinsley came off of a screen up above the three point line and wasn’t left with many options so he took the road less traveled, by dribbling between Nazr’s legs. The Jazz ended up beating the Thunder 97-90 .
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Utah Jazz guard Jamaal Tinsley will miss Tuesday's game in Indiana due to personal reasons.Tinsley has recently been filling in as the team's starting point guard. Regular starters Earl Watson, Devin Harris and Raja Bell have all been battling injuries.Tinsley is averaging 1.3 points and 2.1 assists in 10 games for the Jazz this season.
Tinsley hopes for new start
By Brian t. smith
The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Dec 10, 2011 11:18PM MDT
Jazz Notes: Jamaal Tinsley looking for fresh start in NBA
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Jamaal Tinsley was unable to find a home in the NBA last year, but at 33 years old, he’s not ready to give up professional basketball just yet. From the looks of things, he shouldn’t have to. On the 2nd of this month I watched Tinsley score 17 points on 5-9 and dish 7 assists in a 107-96 LA D-Fender victory over the Sioux Falls Sky Force. The numbers don’t jump out at...
EL SEGUNDOJamaal Tinsley wants to make one thing absolutely clear: despite his past - good and bad - there's no reason to feel sorry for him.
The former NBA point guard with career averages of 9.8 points, 6.6 assists, 3.3 rebounds and 1.59 steals in 436 games over eight seasons with Indiana and Memphisand a reputation for troubling off-court incidents - is once again a team...
Ex-NBA point guard and first round draft pick Jamaal Tinsley was granted the honor of being selected in the first round a for a second time in his career, but this time on a much smaller scale. Tinsley was selected first overall in 2011′s NBA Developmental League draft by the Los Angeles D-Fenders Thursday, at [...]