The Chicago Bulls could sign veteran point guard Jeff Teague
One of the veteran free agents the Bulls could look at is Jeff Teague, who last played for the Milwaukee Bucks during the 2020-2021 season. Teague even played some meaningful minutes for Milwaukee in the NBA Finals and won his first championship as a pro.
Now 33 years old, Teague doesn’t have a lot of basketball left in him. But, he’s still a serviceable backup point guard who deserves a shot as the league inches closer to the playoffs. But, the time is now for the Bulls, and they should bring him in.
Teague is historically a well-rounded point guard who can knock down the occasional three-pointer and holds a career-average of 12.2 points and 5.6 assists. Earlier in his career, Teague was an underrated defender and had four seasons in which he posted at least 1.5 steals per game.
His most recent stint in the league, with the Bucks, saw Teague shoot 47 percent from the field while averaging 2.8 assists in just over 15 minutes per game.
Teague has played in 18 career playoff series, which means he brings a ton of experience to this club.