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Jeff Teague hasn't really set a value for himself since he's gotten into the league.
Teague will be a restricted free agent this summer, meaning teams can offer him a contract and Atlanta will have a chance to match. Prior to the season, it was unclear if Teague was a guy you'd want to invest in long-term. If a team extends a substantial offer to Teague, does Atlanta match?
If the Hawks are undecided on how they feel about Teague, gauging his value on the trade market is the move to make.
But as of late, Teague has played like someone you'd want running the offense. He finished with 28 points and 11 assists and 21 points and 10 assists in a home-and-home with Brooklyn earlier this month, and he is recently coming off a brilliant 27-point performance in a tough loss to the Knicks.
Teague is starting to establish himself as a viable starting point guard. It should take a legitimate offer to pry him from Atlanta's grip.