Mike Conley may go down as the greatest Grizzlies player ever.
Now in his 12th season in Memphis, he has been perpetually underrated and consistently impressive, with a career average of 14.9 points per game.
With this catch-and-shoot corner three in the second quarter, Conley has 11,687 points in his career, moving him past Marc Gasol on the Grizzlies’ all-time scoring list.
Conley is also the Memphis all-time leader in assists, three-pointers, steals, and games played. Only two other players lead a franchise in all those categories: LeBron James (Cavaliers) and Reggie Miller (Pacers).
Some day Conley’s No. 11 should hang in the rafters of the FedEx Forum.