PG Rank – #9
Position – PG | 6′ 2″, 181 lbs | Atlanta Hawks
Born – Jun 10, 1988 in Indianapolis, IN
Drafted –2009: 1st Rnd, 19th by ATL
College – Wake Forest
Experience – 6 years
Sports Unbiased Staff G.F.R. Analysis
Ben Buchanan – Teague had a somewhat breakout season last year, he was an East All-Star reserve and had a very good year running the offense of Coach (of the year) Mike Budenholzer. Teague put up 15.9 points to go along with 7 assists in 2014. Teague is a overall good distributor and a do it all player. He should have a very strong 2015-2016 campaign.
Sauping R. Arguello – I’ve expected more development from Teague but despite that, he still made the All-Star team and led the Hawks with the best record in the East. Teague has unlimited athleticism and is considered one of the quickest players in the league.
Keith Rivas – One of the biggest reasons that the Atlanta Hawks had the record season (at least within their own franchise) in 2015 is, in large part, thanks to Jeff Teague.
Atlanta’s ability to match anybody’s defensive tempo with their up-and-down offense couldn’t have been done without Teague playing lead maestro.
Heading into 2016, Teague will be ready to reload on the Eastern Conference and have his eyes set on the Conference Finals and beyond.
Steve Turner – The incredible 2014-2015 NBA season for the Atlanta Hawks really made people open their eyes and realize how big of a threat Jeff Teague is. He’s an all-around good point guard. He’s a great scorer who can defend and get assists. Teague has an arsenal of stunning moves and has been rapidly climbing the ranks in the top point guard conversation.