Jeff Teague had another great season last year for the Atlanta Hawks and he’s working hard this offseason to get even better.
Fortunately for us, the 26-year-old point guard is documenting his offseason with a video series called the “Teague Chronicles.”
Teague improved his scoring average to 16.5 points per game last season — up from 2012’s 14.6 ppg average — and became a more aggressive distributor, especially when Al Horford was in the lineup, averaging 8.1 assists per game in November and 8.3 assists per game in December (he finished the season averaging 6.7 assists per game).
Teague has long been called Atlanta’s “x-factor” and the last piece to the Hawks’ “Big 3.” His performance is integral to how the team performs each game, as his 25.7% usage rate was tied for the highest usage rate on the roster along with All-Star power forward Paul Millsap.
In his video series, Jeff Teague is chronicling his offseason journey as he tries to become more consistent and give Atlanta Hawks fans the “playoff Teague” they so desperately crave.