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Position
G
 
Jersey
11
Name  Mike Conley
Born  10/11/1987
Height  6-1
Weight  185
College  Ohio State
Home Town  Indianapolis, IN
High School  Lawrence North
OctoberMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
10/30 @San Antonio271470002282035
Total271470002282035
NovemberMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
11/1 Detroit362271705542056
11/2 @Dallas382471922483112
11/4 Boston321551402280022
11/6 New Orleans3326100601111011
11/9 Golden State252091103363034
11/11 @Indiana291141200021114
11/13 Toronto3529124100053032
11/15 @LA Lakers341141211271121
11/17 @Sacramento381983010191120
11/18 @LA Clippers291562102250013
11/20 @Golden State381981233641002
11/22 San Antonio3728122201124020
11/25 Houston3310215112101002
11/27 @Boston321460201192000
11/30 Brooklyn3416702011101020
Total503279107194682331902442529
DecemberMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
12/3 Phoenix3618615022140023
12/5 LA Clippers331662210141033
12/7 Golden State301240400021121
12/9 Orlando351352103371023
12/11 Oklahoma City352072402290031
12/13 @New Orleans351862401170001
12/15 Minnesota3628124005530142
12/21 @New York34940101180021
12/23 Utah36622003354023
12/26 @Houston371142113462123
12/28 Denver301451333642022
12/30 Chicago362690833696012
Total41319170183382634781732525
JanuaryMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
1/2 @Phoenix301140304460161
1/3 @Denver352383400084021
1/5 @Detroit321563002260022
1/7 San Antonio4130123315653041
1/10 Phoenix3831113600070002
1/12 Atlanta3821707044134022
1/14 Oklahoma City361972303372012
1/15 @Milwaukee351562116751123
1/17 Sacramento372583602261113
1/20 New Orleans371341412321022
1/24 @Houston331462013431001
1/25 Houston301763212341011
1/28 @Portland341982103371021
1/29 @Sacramento3427829123102042
1/31 @Minnesota291240403383000
Total519292105295364147972432924
FebruaryMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
2/18 New York3122601014531141
2/21 LA Clippers35931202261015
2/22 @Charlotte321660414551021
2/26 LA Lakers25731001132133
2/28 @Oklahoma City26611311291051
Total14960193193121526621511
MarchMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
3/1 Cleveland372282401172121
3/3 @Washington342072403371043
3/5 @Brooklyn20200203330061
3/7 @Chicago301240414572020
3/8 Charlotte302075103342021
3/11 Portland281772104442002
3/12 @New Orleans331651521311023
3/14 @Toronto301040224661023
3/15 @Philadelphia231952704441021
3/19 Utah331871304473023
3/21 @Miami341240422463032
3/22 Indiana312191205540021
3/24 Minnesota292393214562031
3/26 @Utah331971410161022
3/28 @Golden State342082212360011
3/30 @Portland371662223593010
3/31 @Denver301991020221021
Total5262861062549144761892513826
AprilMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
4/2 @Minnesota33731000081035
4/4 Denver3521511005542014
4/6 @San Antonio301882012371011
4/9 Miami4126103312362032
4/11 Philadelphia23200204481030
4/13 @LA Lakers342492401182012
4/14 @Phoenix371461103371003
4/16 Dallas412281504452034
Total27413449112522123531201521
Season Total241112564631052254117221344111013150141
 
Notes:
2007: Selected by Memphis in 1st round (4th overall) of the NBA Draft...2011: Re-signed with Memphis to a five-year deal worth $40 million, Nov. 2nd...2013: NBA All-Defensive Second Team...2014: NBA Sportsmanship Award.

Teamed with phenom Greg Oden to form one of the most exciting tandems in college basketball this past season at Ohio State...Conley Jr. was a huge reason why the Buckeyes made it all the way to the NCAA championship game...An honorable mention All-American according to the AP, as he helped OSU to the top ranking in the nation during the campaign and also the Big Ten Conference title for the second year in a row...A member of the All-Big Ten Freshman Team, Conley Jr. was one of only two players on the team to start all 39 games and finished third in scoring with 11.3 ppg...Had one of the best assist-to-turnover ratios in recent history in the Big Ten, as he handed out a team-best 238 assists and was guilty of a mere 86 miscues while playing close to 32 minutes per contest...A 51.8 percent shooter from the field, Conley Jr. knocked down just 30.4 percent out on the perimeter, but made up for it with almost three and a half rebounds per game and had better than twice as many steals (87) as any of his teammates...Although still young and a bit raw, Conley Jr. showed the sort of poise at the point position that many pro teams would love to have on the roster and has cemented his spot as a top-five selection.

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