T.J. McConnell Fantasy Stats

#9 PG  |  Indiana Pacers

Height / Weight 6'1"  /  190 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Mar 25, 1992 (32)
Experience 8 seasons
College Arizona

Season Stats

Career 627 21.5 7.5 3.0 5.1 0.2 1.2 51.6 78.4 34.9 0.6 3.1 0.3 1.6 25 3 13157.5

Game Log

May 8, 2024INDNYPG01022:484120055.60.005021033.5
May 10, 2024INDNYPG0619:11310130.00.003010012.8
May 12, 2024INDNYPG01520:394100250.0100.0100.014221040.5
May 14, 2024INDNYPG0719:22050037.5100.013010014.0
May 17, 2024INDNYPG01516:10240153.8100.00.017010025.0
May 19, 2024INDNYPG01223:33271175.00.006020028.0
May 21, 2024INDBOSPG01324:35340154.550.00.016010024.2
May 23, 2024INDBOSPG0917:11530040.0100.003120019.2
May 25, 2024INDBOSPG02329:23960158.8100.025.029110045.2
May 27, 2024INDBOSPG01525:12540143.850.00.017010028.8
Last 10 0 12.5 21:48 3.7 5.6 0.1 0.8 50.0 77.8 30.8 0.7 5.3 0.4 1.4 2 0 27.1

Pacers Depth Chart


Tyrese Haliburton

T.J. McConnell

Tristen Newton


Andrew Nembhard

Ben Sheppard

Kendall Brown


Bennedict Mathurin

Aaron Nesmith

Johnny Furphy


Pascal Siakam

Obi Toppin

Jarace Walker


Myles Turner

Isaiah Jackson

James Wiseman

T.J. McConnell News

T.J. McConnell  • PG  •  Pacers

Pacers Want T.J. McConnell To Remain In Indiana

According to NBA insider Evan Sidery, the Indiana Pacers want guard T.J. McConnell to remain with the team for the remainder of his career. The 32-year-old averaged a career-high 10.2 points with 5.5 assists and 1.0 steals during the 2023-24 campaign. He was also instrumental in helping the Pacers advance to the Eastern Conference Finals. McConnell, who has one year left on his current deal, is eligible for an extension this offseason. With that said, he isn't expected to be a routine fantasy producer in 2024-25, but he could get plenty of chances to be productive, considering Tyrese Haliburton's inability to remain healthy.
May 30   
T.J. McConnell  • PG  •  Pacers

T.J. McConnell Solid Off The Bench In Game 4 Loss

Indiana Pacers point guard T.J. McConnell enjoyed another productive bench outing on Monday against the Celtics, scoring 15 points and tallying five rebounds, four assists, and one steal as Indiana's season ended with a 105-102 loss. He finished with 7-for-16 shooting, missing his lone attempt from three-point range. McConnell impressed throughout the playoffs with his high-energy performances off the bench. He averaged 11.8 points, 3.1 rebounds, and 5.1 assists across 20.5 minutes. Plenty of teams will likely be looking at him as a potential offseason acquisition, with McConnell on a very affordable $9.3 million deal for next season. Recent reports suggest that he has been a long-term target of the Phoenix Suns, who are desperate for a point guard.
May 28   
T.J. McConnell  • PG  •  Pacers

T.J. McConnell Continues To Make A Mark Off The Bench

Indiana Pacers point guard T.J. McConnell continued his strong stretch of performances with a good 25-minute outing in Tuesday's Game 1 loss to Boston. He scored 13 points on 6-for-11 shooting off the bench and dished out four assists while recording three rebounds and one steal. McConnell has become a very useful spark plug off the pine for the Pacers, posting a pair of double-doubles and scoring in double figures in six of the last eight games. Boston has one of the most unproductive benches in the league, meaning Indiana's second unit has a big role to play in the series if the team wants to match the Celtics.
May 22   
T.J. McConnell  • PG  •  Pacers

T.J. McConnell Records Second Postseason Double-Double

Indiana Pacers point guard T.J. McConnell played a big part in Sunday's 121-89 win over the Knicks with 15 points and 10 assists off the bench. Additionally, he registered four rebounds and two steals across 21 minutes of action, shooting 6-for-12 from the field and making both of his attempts from three-point range. McConnell had a strong finish with a 20-point effort in the first round, and his importance has continued to grow in the series against the Knicks. The 32-year-old has posted two double-doubles through four games, averaging 12.3 points, 3.0 rebounds, 6.5 assists, and 1.5 steals.
May 13   
T.J. McConnell  • PG  •  Pacers

T.J. McConnell In Double-Double Form Against Knicks On Wednesday

Indiana Pacers point guard T.J. McConnell led the team with 12 assists and provided 10 points in Wednesday's Game 2 loss to the Knicks. The veteran guard logged a very productive 22 minutes off the bench, adding four rebounds to his tally and shooting 5-for-9 from the field. The Pacers were plus-10 with McConnell on the floor. That's now three straight games with double-digit scoring for McConnell, who has also averaged 8.0 dimes during the stretch. Indiana tends to play better with him on the court, and Pacers head coach Rick Carlisle clearly needs to find more minutes for McConnell to turn things around in the series.
May 9   
T.J. McConnell  • PG  •  Pacers

T.J. McConnell In Danger Of Missing Third Straight Game

Indiana Pacers point guard T.J. McConnell (illness) could be out for a third straight game on Thursday versus the Knicks, as he's listed as questionable for the contest. The savvy playmaker missed Sunday's clash against the Grizzlies for personal reasons and was kept out from Tuesday's matchup against Boston due to an illness. He apparently hasn't yet fully recovered from the bug. Andrew Nembhard has benefited from McConnell's absence all season long, and he can expect to feature heavily again on Thursday.
Feb 1   
T.J. McConnell  • PG  •  Pacers

T.J. McConnell Limited In Practice

Indiana Pacers point guard T.J. McConnell (ankle) was limited in practice as training camp started on Tuesday. According to head coach Rick Carlisle, the talented ball mover injured his ankle during a workout last week. The injury doesn't sound too serious and doesn't appear to threaten his availability for opening day. McConnell is set to start his fifth year in Indianapolis despite being linked with a trade to Phoenix in the summer. Playing behind Tyrese Haliburton, he has a tough time making a big mark, but McConnell has always been a serviceable backup. The 31-year-old has registered 8.0 points with 5.5 assists and 1.2 steals with the Pacers.
Oct 4   
T.J. McConnell  • PG  •  Pacers

T.J. McConnell Reportedly Not Keen On Move To Phoenix

Indiana Pacers point guard T.J. McConnell has been linked with a move to the Phoenix Suns, but he apparently isn't very keen on the idea himself. According to NBA insider Marc Stein, McConnell is "hopeful" of staying with the Pacers. The 31-year-old has spent four seasons with the Pacers, averaging a solid 8.0 points and 5.5 assists for the team as a bench contributor. With Bradley Beal penciled in as the starting point guard for the Suns next season, McConnell would remain a bench piece in Phoenix and it looks like he would rather fill the role in more familiar surroundings.
Jul 29   
T.J. McConnell  • PG  •  Pacers

Suns Remain Interest In T.J. McConnell

Indiana Pacers guard T.J. McConnell could be on the move this offseason with the Phoenix Suns showing interest in him. The Suns are in need of a backup point guard after trading Cameron Payne to the San Antonio Spurs earlier this month. The difficult part is that the Suns don't have many tradable assets at the moment. McConnell is one of the better backup guards in the league and should pull a decent return. The Pacers don't have a need to move McConnell unless the deal actually benefits them. That being said, this could be a potential deal that falls apart as McConnell has mentioned he'd like to remain in Indiana.
Jul 24   
T.J. McConnell  • PG  •  Pacers

Talks Involving T.J. McConnell Have Paused

According to Michael Scotto of HoopsHype, talks between the Suns, Pacers, and Knicks surrounding T.J. McConnell have "stalled." Phoenix is hoping to add McConnell to its backcourt. At the same time, the deal would result in Cameron Payne heading to New York and Evan Fournier moving to Indiana. Of course, there's a good chance those involved could return to the negotiating table, even if it means a team is added or drops out of preliminary discussions. At any rate, McConnell has been a reliable option over the years, regardless of his role. He most recently appeared in 75 games for the Pacers last season, averaging 8.7 points, 5.3 assists, and 1.1 steals, although he logged nearly a double-double with 1.3 swipes in six starts. There's no denying the 31-year-old would bolster the Suns' roster, a club left without a true floor general after moving on from Chris Paul. That said, McConnell's fantasy value may increase in the desert, especially since he might start more than he did in Indiana.
Jul 15