Sources: Hawks buying PG Teague from Wolves

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  • Adrian WojnarowskiSenior NBA Insider


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    • Joined ESPN in 2017

The Atlanta Hawks are buying Minnesota Timberwolves level guard Jeff Teague in a three-player commerce, league sources advised ESPN.

Minnesota can also be sending the Hawks guard Treveon Graham in a deal that returns guard Allen Crabbe to the Timberwolves, league sources mentioned. Minnesota creates an open roster spot that may very well be helpful in larger trades earlier than the Feb. 6 deadline.

The Hawks have been scouring {the marketplace} for a backup level guard to ease the burden on Trae Younger. The Hawks have an offensive ranking of 108.2 with Younger on the ground and 90.7 off it.

Teague and Crabbe are on expiring contracts. Teague, 31, performed the primary seven years of his profession with Atlanta.

Graham, 26, has averaged 5 factors and three rebounds.

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