Is Mike Conley Jr. going to lose the starting point guard job in Memphis to Jamaal Tinsley?
Just like Dunleavy, Jamaal Tinsley is playing again after a long absence. Tinsley, who last played for the Pacers on Feb. 5, 2008 before making his Memphis debut on Nov. 23 against Sacramento, has looked like he can be a player to be reckoned with in Fantasy. The player that will potentially feel the squeeze will be Mike Conley Jr. Tinsley scored just 7 points with 3 assists in his first game back on Nov. 23 against Sacramento, looking understandably rusty. In the three games that followed, he averaged 13.3 points and 4.7 assists and 1.3 steals per contest. He played progressively more minutes in each game, leading up to 30 minutes on Sunday against the Clippers. He scored 12 points with 7 assists and 3 steals against the Clippers. While Tinsley was playing more minutes, Conley saw his minutes decrease. Conley saw progressively fewer minutes in each game, winding up with just 19 minutes against the Clippers, though it should be noted that he suffered a sprained shoulder in that game. T