Atlanta Hawks starting point guard Jeff Teague has been listed as “day-to-day” with his sprained left ankle, reports Hawks beat writer Chris Vivlamore of the AJC.
Teague got injured on Jan. 24 in a home game against the San Antonio Spurs when he came down on Tim Duncan’s foot in the second quarter. After the injury occurred, Teague painfully limped off the court and headed straight for the Hawks’ locker room.
The 6’2” point guard missed the following two-game road trip against the Bucks and Thunder, and didn’t even travel with the team to either Milwaukee or Oklahoma City, instead stayed back in Atlanta to rest and recover.
Although Teague’s X-rays came back negative, the initial word on Sunday was that there was “no timetable for return.”
However, since being upgraded, Teague did in fact make the trip to Philadelphia for tonight’s game. Hopefully that means he will give it a go.
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