Jeff Teague

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Jeff

Teague

2016 - 17 MPGFG%3P%FT%PPGRPGAPGBPG
SEASON 32 44.9 32.2 85.8 15.6 4.1 8 0.5
CAREER STATS 26.5 44.8 35.2 84.1 12.4 2.3 5.4 0.3

HEIGHT

6 ft2 in

/ 1.88m

WEIGHT

186 lbs

/ 84.4kg

LATEST VIDEOS

20170120 IND LAL recap go90

Louis Williams had 27 points off the bench to help the Lakers defeat the Pacers, 108-96.

0021600649 ind lal recap

Louis Williams scores 27 points off the bench and Nick Young buries five triples as the Lakers snap their five-game losing streak in the win over Indiana, 108-96.

20170118 IND SAC recap go90

Paul George scores 24 points for the Pacers as they take down the Kings, 106-100.

0021600635 ind sac recap

Paul George scores 24 points, Jeff Teague adds 22 points with 11 assists as Indiana wins 106-100.

0021600635 ind sac thaddeus young dunk 1q

Jeff Teague drives and kicks it back to Thaddeus Young for the dunk.

20170116 NOP IND recap go90

Myles Turner has 18 points and 12 rebounds to help the Pacers secure the win over the Pelicans, 98-95.

0021600616 NOP IND robinson layup

Jeff Teague finds a cutting Glenn Robinson to the hoop for the easy layup.

20170112 IND DEN recap go90

Nikola Jokic puts on a show in London scoring 22 points and grabbing 10 rebounds against the Pacers in the 140-112 win.

0021600589 ind den recap

The Nuggets and Pacers face off in London from the O2 Arena as Nikola Jokic scores 22 points and adds 10 rebounds to lead Denver to a win, 140-112.

0021600589 vo ind turner tipin q1

On the break, Jeff Teague finds Myles Turner with the lob for the lay in.

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Check out the top 25 best crossovers, handle plays, dribbles, spin moves, and ball fakes of the week, featuring Kyrie Irving, Stephen Curry, James Harden, Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant, John Wall, Kemba Walker, Jamal Crawford, DeMarcus Cousins, Isaiah Thomas, Tony Parker, Brandon Jennings, Victor Oladipo, Reggie Jackson, Goran Dragic, Jeff Teague, Austin Rivers, Brandon Ingram, Kris Dunn, Avery Bradley, Ty Lawson, Michael Carter-Williams, and Nikola Jokic.

20170107 NYK IND recap go90

Jeff Teague and Paul George score 19 points each as the Pacers take down the Knicks, 123-109.

0021600552 nyk ind recap

The Pacers finish with six scorers in double figures led by Paul George's 19 to beat the Knicks, 123-109.

0021600552 nyk ind teague dime 1q

Jeff Teague whips in the no-look pass to an open Al Jefferson under the basket for the score.

20170105 BKN IND recap go90

Paul George has 26 points and Myles Turner adds 25 points and 15 rebounds to help the Pacers top the Nets, 121-109.

0021600536 bkn ind ReCap

Myles Turner scores 25 points with 15 rebounds as the Pacers beat the Nets.

0021600536 bkn ind Teague And One q2

Jeff Teague gets the score and one more to go.

20170103 IND DET recap go90

The Pacers get 32 points from Paul George and they beat the Pistons, 121-116.

0021600523 ind det recap

Paul George scores 32 points, Myles Turner and Jeff Teague each add 17 points as the Pacers defeat the Pistons.

20170101 ORL IND recap go90

Myles Turner had 23 points and 12 rebounds to help the Pacers beat the Magic, 117-104.


PLAYER BIO

Professional History

2013-2014 SEASON:
Scored in double-figures seven times during the postseason, including three 20-point nights, and had one double-double ... Scored a playoff career-best 29 points and tied career-highs in FGM (nine), 3FGM (two) and FTM (nine) v/Ind (5/1) ... Notched his first career postseason double-double with 22 points and playoff career-high 10 assists v/Ind (4/24) ... Set playoff career-highs in FGM (nine) and FTM (nine) while scoring 28 points @Ind (4/19) ... Ranked ninth in the NBA in apg, t18th in FTM (318) and 25th in FT% during the regular season ... Had 13 double-doubles on the season ... Scored in double-figures 65 times (23 20-point outings, including three 30-point nights) ... Increased his scoring average for the fourth straight year, also averaging career-highs in rebounds per game and reaching a career-best in FTM ... Led the team in assists 55 times, scoring on 23 occasions and rebounding once ... Team leader in assists per game and FTM, while ranking second in points and third in steals per game, and second in FGM ... Recorded four consecutive double-doubles (11/5-11/11) for the first time in his career ... Scored in double-figures in 12 straight games (3/27-4/16), the longest streak of his career ... Named Eastern Conference Player of the Week (4/7-4/13) for the first time in his career ... Missed three games due to a sprained left ankle (1/25-1/27, 2/21) ... As a restricted free agent, signed to an offer sheet by Milwaukee on 7/11 and re-signed with the Hawks on 7/13 as Atlanta matched the offer

2012-13 SEASON:
Recorded career-highs of 14.6 points and 7.2 assists, along with 2.3 rebounds and 1.5 steals in 32.9 minutes (.451 FG%, .359 3FG%, .881 FT%), appearing in a team-high 80 games (78 starts) • Ranked eighth in the NBA in FT%, 12th in apg and 24th in spg • Scored in double-figures 58 times, including 19 20-point efforts • Had 15 double-doubles (10 20 point/10 assist games) • Put in 10 20-point/10-assist games this season, the third highest total in a single season in Atlanta history (Pete Maravich - 12 in 1972-73 and Eddie Johnson - 11 in 1984-85) • That total ranked fourth in the league, and the Hawks posted an 8-2 mark in those contests • Scored 20-plus points in four consecutive games (2/5-2/11) for the first time in his career • Recorded back-to-back double doubles for the first time in his career on 11/23 @Cha and 11/24 v/LAC (also on 1/16 v/BKN and 1/18 @BKN, and 4/10 @PHI and 4/12 v/MIL) • His .881 FT% was the fourth-highest in franchise history, while his 579 assists was the eighth-best single season effort • Tied his career-high with 15 assists @BKN (3/17) • Tied a career-best with three blocks v/SAC (2/22) • Tied career-best with four 3FGs v/NOH (2/8), v/MIL (3/20) and v/CLE (4/1) • Recorded career-highs in points (28) and field goals made (12) v/BKN (1/16) • Swiped a career-best six steals v/CLE (11/30) • Dressed, but missed the first game of his career due to injury (sprained left ankle) v/LAL (3/13) • Participated in the Taco Bell Skills Challenge during NBA All-Star Weekend • SEASON HIGHS: 28 pts v/BKN (1/16), 6 rebs v/IND (11/7), 15 assts @BKN (3/17), 6 stls v/CLE (11/30), 3 blks v/SAC (2/22), 12 FGM v/BKN (1/16), 4 3FGM (2x), 8 FTM v/DET (12/26), 46 mins v/WAS (11/21).

PREVIOUS SEASONS:
Through four seasons, averaging 9.0 points, 4.0 assists, 1.8 rebounds and 1.0 steals in 22.6 minutes (.451 FG%, .346 3FG%, .820 FT%), appearing in 287 games (154 starts) • Has missed one game due to injury • Was one of the league’s most improved players in 2011-12, starting all 66 games, averaging 12.6 points, 4.9 assists, 2.4 rebounds and 1.6 steals in 33.1 minutes (.476 FG%, .342 3FG%, .757 FT%) • Ranked eighth in the NBA in steals (106), 10th in steals per game, 20th in STL/TO ratio (0.79), 22nd in assists (321), 23rd in assists per game and 40th in FG% • Had 10 20-point efforts and three double-doubles • In 2010-11, the crafty second-year guard averaged 5.2 points, 2.0 assists and 1.5 rebounds in 13.8 minutes (.438 FG%, .375 3FG%, .794 FT%) • Scored in double-figures 12 times, including three 20-point efforts • Averaged 8.4 points, 3.3 assists, 2.7 rebounds and 1.7 steals (.362 FG%, .400 3FG%, .765 FT%) in seven starting assignments • Picked up his play over the last two months of the year, averaging 7.0 points and 2.3 assists (.474 FG%, .500 3FG%) in March, and following that up with 9.4 points and 2.3 assists (.462 FG%) in April • Led the team in assists four times and scoring on three occasions • Scored 17 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter, hitting 7-10 FGs and season-high 7-9 FTs @IND (4/8) • In his rookie campaign (2009-10), finished the year averaging 3.2 points, 1.7 assists and 0.9 rebounds in 10.1 minutes (.396 FG%, .837 FT%), playing in 71 games (three starts) • Ranked 10th among rookies in assists • Led the team in scoring (one time) and assists (six times) • Averaged 12.7 points, 7.3 assists and 3.3 rebounds in his three starting assignments • Finished off the season in style, setting then career-highs in several categories with a 24-point, 15-assist, five-rebound effort v/CLE (4/14), hitting 11-19 FGs (1-4 3FGs) and 1-2 FTs, playing all 48 minutes.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:
As a restricted free agent, signed to an offer sheet by the Milwaukee Bucks on July 11, 2013 • Re-signed with the Hawks on July 13, 2013 as Atlanta matched the offer sheet • Selected in the first round (19th overall) of the 2009 NBA Draft, Teague was an early-entry candidate.

COLLEGIATE CAREER:
Teague was named Honorable Mention All-America by Associated Press after his breakout sophomore season (2008-09), when he averaged team-highs of 18.8 ppg, 3.5 apg and 1.9 spg, hitting team-best .441 3FGs and .817 FTs (made .485 FGs) ... Named All-ACC Second Team ... Helped Wake achieve a No. 1 national ranking ... Scored in double-digits in last 35 games of his career ... Finished with 12 games of 20-points-or-more ... Led team in scoring 17 times and in assists 15 games ... Just missed a triple-double with 14 points, eight rebounds and eight assists against Baylor ... As a freshman in 2007-08, averaged 13.9 ppg and was named to the ACC All-Freshman Team ... Named ACC Rookie of the Week on four occasions ... Led team with 55 steals for an average of 1.8 per game ... Ranked second on the team with 74 total assists ... Scored 20-points-or-more in six games, and led the team in scoring 10 games.

PERSONAL:
Born in Indianapolis, IN ... Son of Shawn and Carol Teague ... Has two brothers and two sisters ... Brother Marquis plays for the Brooklyn Nets ... Father played at Missouri and Boston University, where he was coached by Rick Pitino ...Majored in religion at Wake Forest ... Favorite movie is “Boyz n the Hood,” while Denzel Washington is his top actor ... Enjoys listening to R&B and hip-hop, especially Jay-Z ... A big fan of his hometown Indianapolis Colts ... Would like to meet Muhammad Ali ... Says he is afraid of haunted houses ... On twitter @Teague0

Traditional Season Stats

SeasonGPMINFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTTOVSTLBLKPFDD2TD3PTS+/-
Season2016 42GP 1345MIN 213FGM 474FGA 44.9FG% 383PM 1183PA 32.23P% 193FTM 225FTA 85.8FT% 21OREB 152DREB 173REB 336AST 123TOV 65STL 20BLK 93PF 9DD2 0TD3 657PTS -28+/-

Career Snapshot

Advanced Player Stats
YearTeamGPGSMINPTSFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTSTLBLKTOVPF+/-
2016IND4242134565721347444.93811832.219322585.821152173336652012393-28
2015ATL79782254123943498843.911027440.126131283.733181214470972421816770
2014ATL737222271162408887467120734.327531986.23015418451312531205139386
2013ATL797925411304456104043.87422532.931837684.6341742085288917232158117
2012ATL80782628116643997445.18924835.919922688.1251551805791172823018171
2011ATL6666218283132067247.65114934.214018575.72113815932110637134145232
2010ATL70796236113330443.8184837.5779779.4119110213845256482-124
2009ATL7137182289022739.673221.9414983.75626712234115082-40

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