Originally written on ajc.com  |  Last updated 1/29/12
Jeff Teague will start at point guard for the Hawks tonight against the Hornets. Teague said he felt “fine” despite the sprained ankle that limited him during Friday’s win against Pistons. “Jeff is a go,” coach Larry Drew said before the game. “He was moving around on it pretty good yesterday. He hasn’t mentioned that it is bothering him to the point that we have to limit him. We’ll keep an eye on him. Right now, he is a full go.” Drew said he would split reserve minutes between Kirk Hinrich and Jannero Pargo. “He has been playing really well for us,” Drew said of Pargo. “That’s why we got him.” Hinrich, who played 31 minutes against the Pistons after Teague left late in the third quarter, said he is working to regain form as quickly as possible. “I want to get my game back,” Hinrich said. “I feel rusty and I just want to help any way I can right now and get my rhythm back.” * Austin Barker, a 17-year-old high school student from Mississippi scheduled for a bone marrow …
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