Age: 50 Height: 6-2 Weight: 186 lbs School: Wake Forest
Jeff Teague says he couldn't be happier to be back with his adopted hometown team. Teague, in his 11th NBA season, was hoping to return to his original club as a free agent this summer, but a trade from Minnesota two days ago landed him back with the Atlanta Hawks earlier than expected. No longer
The Hawks got Trae Young his desired help, trading for Jeff Teague.
The Atlanta Hawks will have a recognizable new face on the roster when they return home to host the Detroit Pistons on Saturday. In a move expected to bolster the bench, the Hawks acquired point guard Jeff Teague from the Minnesota Timberwolves on Thursday along with guard Treveon Graham in exchange
Dalton Del Don examines Lonzo Ball's positive production, as well as the fallout of the Jeff Teague trade in his latest fantasy basketball stock watch.
With the Minnesota Timberwolves committed to a new style of play, Jeff Teague didn't fit the trend. The Timberwolves traded the 11th-year veteran point guard to his original team Thursday in a three-player swap of backups with the Atlanta Hawks, who sent shooting guard Allen Crabbe in return. The