The Sixers are talking about 6-3 Jamaal Tinsley, who was released by Indiana on Wednesday after the sides agreed on a buyout. The Pacers sat the seven-year vet for the 2008-09 season because of disciplinary issues. He was connected with three late-night conflicts in a 14-month span.
My whole take on this is just how many more NBA cities are out there that have fewer opportunities for pro players to get into trouble than Indianapolis? Maybe Salt Lake City? That's gotta be it.
In many ways, Jamaal Tinsley is what the Heat is trying to distance itself from, a player who hardly has shown that basketball is a passion or priority. On the other hand, if Tinsley is willing to play on a one-year contract at the minimum, the Heat certainly could offer an opportunity to re-establish himself before 2010 free agency
The Indiana Pacers saved money but still will feel the impact of Jamaal Tinsley for the next two seasons. Tinsley's $10.7 million buyout will account for roughly $5.1 million of the Pacers' salary cap next season and about $5.6 million in the 2010-11 season.
Knicks president Donnie Walsh said he will meet with free agent PG Jamaal Tinsley "sometime next week."
i really hope he signs with the knicks
Its too bad he and Fizer really ended up being 'thugs'
I'm thankful both played basketball at Iowa State. They gave me plenty of good times.
The Knicks will meet with free agent point guard Jamaal Tinsley, according to a source. Tinsley, banished by the Indiana Pacers last season for disciplinary reasons - he recently reached a settlement with the team - is scheduled to meet with president Donnie Walsh and [COLOR=blue !important][COLOR=blue !important]coach[/COLOR][/COLOR] Mike D'Antoni at some point this week
Jamaal Tinsley: Could Sign With Knicks - NBA - Yahoo! Sports
It would be cool to see Tinsley playing uptempo style. You can totally see him doing coolest dribbling skills!