Since the 2011-12 , you've heard all things pointed toward the frontcourt becoming position-less after the Miami Heat won the championship with Lebron James and Chris Bosh playing as hybrids.

But the backcourts in the NBA have taken quite the change also. Instead of the traditional point guard-shooting guard lineup, you're starting to see more teams play with dual guards in both slots. While the method isn't wildly popular there are a lot of notable tandems:

Ricky Rubio - Alexey Shved

Chris Paul - Chauncey Billups, Chris Paul - Eric Bledsoe

Raymond Felton - Jason Kidd

Jarrett Jack - Stephen Curry

Jeff Teague - Devin Harris

You can add the Memphis Grizzlies to that bunch. With the injury to Quincy Pondexter, Lionel Hollins has started playing both Mike Conley and Jerryd Bayless together on the court. It's an unusual look as the Grizz haven't had a sufficient enough backup point guard to play he and Conley alongside each other, but it's working fine.