It had been a long and frustrating sequence for Jeff Teague. He’d had his shot blocked twice by terrifying rubber giant Karl-Anthony Towns. The refs had missed a possible eight-second violation on the Timberwolves. Andrew Wiggins hit a crazy and-one. A tie game had become a six-point deficit with a little over a…
Even Jeff Teague doesn't know how he sank a running three-pointer with Luis Scola in his face as the shot clock expired. He can only do his best Jordan shrug. Teague will take it though, along with a Game 3 win for the Hawks over Indiana.
What makes this a nice play is that Evan Turner thought Jeff Teague was going baseline, but Teague knew better and pulled up for the three, leaving Turner out to dry. What puts it over the top is that Turner and Roy Hibbert are in total synchronization.
If you watched last night's Hawks-Nets game, you witnessed some Teague-on-Teague crime. Atlanta point guard Jeff Teague crossed over on younger brother Marquis Teague so swiftly that those stupid sleeves almost fell off his uniform.