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Jamaal Tinsley


Full Name:
Jamaal Tinsley
Position:
Guard
College:
Iowa State
Height:
6-3
Weight:
185
High School:
Tilden HS, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Birthdate:
February 28, 1978
Birthplace:
Brooklyn, N.Y.

Statistics

NBA DRAFT 2001
Selected in the first round (27th pick overall) by the Grizzlies. Draft rights traded to Indiana via Atlanta.


HIGHLIGHTS
  Named Second Team All-America by The Associated Press as a senior.
  Honored as Big 12 Conference Player of the Year by both the coaches and the media as a senior.
  Received every possible vote from Big 12 coaches (coaches could not vote for their own players).
  Started every game of his two-year career at Iowa State, leading the Cyclones to two consecutive Big 12 regular season titles.
  Finished his two-year Iowa State career ranked fifth in school history in both career assists (431) and steals (177).
  His season total of 79 steals was second-best all-time at Iowa State.
  Transferred from Mount San Jacinto Community College, where he was two-time First Team All-California Community College and two-time Foothill Conference MVP.
  Named 1999 California Community College tri-Player of the Year.


AT IOWA STATE
  As a senior, was named The Sporting News Second Team All-American, and College Hoops Insider National Player of the Year.
  Named to the Big 12 All-Defense Team.
  Ranked 21st nationally in assists (6.0 apg) and 17th in steals (2.5 spg).
  Led the Cyclones in points (14.3 ppg), assists (6.0 apg), steals (2.5 spg), and blocks (0.6 bpg).
  In Big 12 Conference action, improved his numbers (17.2 ppg, 6.4 apg, and 3.0 spg).
  Against Nebraska, scored a career-best 29 points and added five assists, five steals, and two blocks.
  Tallied 18 points, six assists and three steals at Kansas.
  Hit career-high five treys en route to a 17-point, eight-assist, three-steal performance vs. 15th-ranked Oklahoma.

  As a junior, named National Newcomer of the Year by Basketball Times and the Big 12 Newcomer of the Year by both coaches and media.
  Earned All-Big 12 Conference First Team (media), Big 12 All-Defense Team, and Big 12 Conference All-Tournament Team honors.
  Started a school-record 37 games.
  Dished out a school-record 244 assists, breaking former NBA star Jeff Hornacek's record of 219, and also broke the school's single season record for steals with 98.
  Ranked 16th nationally with 6.6 apg and 26th nationally with 2.7 spg.
  Recorded the Big 12's first-ever triple double in conference play with 12 points, 11 assists, and a then-career-high 11 rebounds against Missouri.


AT MOUNT SAN JACINTO CC (CALIFORNIA)
  Averaged 22.0 points, 9.8 assists, 4.5 steals, and 4.3 rebounds per game as a sophomore.
  Shot 56% from the field and 36.7% from three-point range in leading Mount San Jacinto to a 32-6 record and a berth in the 1999 state championship game, where he netted a game-high 31 points.


STATISTICS
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1997-98 36 194 403 .481 94 159 .591 153 341 509 14.1
1998-99 37 281 502 .560 201 287 .700 160 362 814 22.0
TOTALS 73 475 905 .525 295 446 .661 313 703 1323 18.1
Three-point field goals: 1997-98. 27-for-100 (.270); 1998-99, 51-for-139 (.367). Totals: 78-for-239 (.326).
SEASON G FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST PTS AVG
1999-00 37 145 384 .378 102 151 .675 189 244 407 11.0
2000-01 31 139 348 .399 128 185 .692 117 187 443 14.3
TOTALS 68 284 732 .387 230 336 .684 306 431 850 12.5
Three-point field goals: 1999-00, 15-for-62 (.242); 2000-01, 37-for-97 (.381). Totals: 52-for-159 (.327).


 
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