Jamaal Tinsley, who is an unrestricted free agent, is considering taking an overseas offer, according to league source.
NBA.com "The Utah Jazz announced today that the team has waived guard Jamaal Tinsley. Following the move, Utah’s roster now stands at 14 players. Tinsley (6-3, 188, Iowa State) appeared in eight games this season for Utah, averaging 1.1 points, 1.4 rebounds and 2.9 assists in 13.8 minutes per game...." November 12
Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin isn't quite ready to announce whether John Lucas III or Jamaal Tinsley will start at point guard Wednesday.
NBA.com "The Utah Jazz announced today that the team has signed veteran free-agent point guard Jamaal Tinsley. Per team policy, financial terms were not released. Tinsley (6-3, 188, Iowa State) has appeared in 539 games (399 starts) over 10 NBA seasons with Indiana, Memphis and Utah and owns career..." October 26
Source says Utah Jazz will likely announce the Jamaal Tinsley signing once he officially signs the contract and passes his physical.
Salt Lake Tribune "The Utah Jazz have reached a deal with Jamaal Tinsley to bring the 35-year-old point guard back to Utah according to the USA Today. Tinsley who averaged 3.6 points and 4 assists a game over two seasons with the Jazz is expected to join the Jazz in California on Friday pending the outcome of a..." October 24
Salt Lake Tribune "Rookie point guard Trey Burke underwent successful surgery Tuesday afternoon to repair a fractured right index finger. Burke’s injured finger has been placed in a "cast/splint" the Jazz said in a statement. His condition will be re-evaluated in three weeks. Utah opens the regular season Oct...." October 16
Brooklyn was Jamaal Tinsley's primary suitor beyond Utah, sources say. If the Jazz want him, he remains interested in returning.
The Jazz were no doubt busy last night, but they did reach out to PG Jamaal Tinsley, a source said.
Jamaal Tinsley hopes to return to the #Jazz in free agency, source says. 35-year-old was 21-6 as fill-in starter last season.
Salt Lake Tribune "Utah Jazz back-up point guard Jamaal Tinsley left Friday morning’s shoot-around with a cast on his left wrist, but he plans to play tonight against Minnesota. In the last three games, Tinsley has provided a lift while giving starter Mo Williams a breather. He’s handed out 13 assists in only 45..." April 12
Jamaal Tinsley (bruised back) and Marvin Williams (right heel tendinitis) will both be available to play tonight against the Warriors.
Salt Lake Tribune "Jamaal Tinsley is 35 years old, and if the biggest challenge facing him right now is a front-row seat to watch basketball, he’ll take it. "I’ve been through worse things than that," the Utah Jazz point guard said Tuesday. Tinsley’s 10th NBA season has seen him start 32 games and then unable..." March 20
Both Paul Millsap and Jamaal Tinsley are out for the Utah Jazz tonight
The Deseret News "Jamaal Tinsley usually has a pre-game exercise routine, but he was told "not to do a lot" before Saturday night's game with Phoenix. It turned out that starting point guard Mo Williams was a late scratch because of a strained muscle in his thigh, putting Tinsley in the starting point guard..." November 11
The Deseret News "Jamaal Tinsley has had a rough couple of days. On Thursday, Tinsley had a wisdom tooth extracted. The backup point guard was sent home early from practice on Friday in pain and was excused again before Saturday's shootaround ended. He attended the Jazz's game against the Clippers but could..." October 21
The Deseret News "The Big Three grabbed a lot of attention for the come-from-behind win in Portland on Monday night, but a backup point guard was earning praise from coaches at practice Tuesday morning. Jamaal Tinsley's performance after Devin Harris left the game midway through the second quarter with a..." April 04
Salt Lake Tribune "Al Jefferson was singing. Lines and lyrics. Joyously out loud. All while combing his hair, tapping his feet and smiling wide. How good was Big Al feeling? So good he had to say it. "I feel good," said Jefferson, emphasizing every word. So did the Jazz. Proving once again they won't be..." April 03
Salt Lake Tribune "Jamaal Tinsley doesn't know when he's going to play from night to night. That bit of information, or lack of it, doesn't stop him from being a professional. He still lifts weights like he did when he was a starter for the Indiana Pacers. He still goes to the gym and hoists up shots. He stays in..." March 17
The Deseret News "Jamaal Tinsley was not with the Utah Jazz on Tuesday. Considering the NBA's deadline to waive players on nonguaranteed contracts, like Tinsley, was at 4 p.m. MT, some might have gotten the wrong impression. Tinsley remained in New York to deal with a family matter of a non-emergency nature,..." February 08
The Deseret News "Overnight, Jamaal Tinsley went from being a rarely used bench player — the guy with the fewest minutes on the team, in fact — to the Utah Jazz's starting point guard. That scenario was almost as surprising as Tinsley going from being a D-League player — the league's No. 1 pick of 2011, in fact..." February 03
New York Post "Kobe Bryant recently "pinpointed" Jamaal Tinsley as an ideal conductor of offensive arrangements, exactly what the Lakers (and Knicks) distinctly lack. While there's really no reason to solicit a second opinion on Tinsley once Bryant expressed his considered "viewpoint", it's germane to note..." January 20
Salt Lake Tribune "Jamaal Tinsley played less than seven minutes Tuesday night. He did not score. He had one assist. The lack of statistics notwithstanding, Tinsley's play in the Jazz's 85-73 victory over Milwaukee at EnergySolutions Arena is exactly why Utah general manager Kevin O'Connor rolled the dice..." January 04
The Deseret News "Two eight-year NBA veterans made their debuts for the Utah Jazz in Wednesday night's exhibition win over Portland, and while both Josh Howard and Jamaal Tinsley each had some shaky moments, on the whole they impressed their coach and the fans at EnergySolutions Arena. Howard, who sat out..." December 22