It's a calculated risk but one the Milwaukee Bucks were willing to take. The Bucks gambled they could land restricted free agent Jeff Teague with a four-year, $32 million offer sheet, which he signed late Wednesday. Now the Atlanta Hawks have a 72-hour period ending Saturday to match the offer or let Teague go to the Bucks. In a phone interview Thursday, Teague made it clear he wants to be part of the Bucks. "I'm definitely excited at the opportunity to come back to work with Larry Drew," Teague said of the Bucks coach and his former coach with the Hawks. "The Bucks have a good team, a young nucleus and guys that are ready to take the next step. I can help."