The Chicago Bulls have recalled Marquis Teague from the D-League.
The Bulls have been reluctant to send players to the D-League, but wanted Teague to get playing time.
Teague was recalled due to an injury to Mike James.
Marquis Teague thought he would finally get some much needed playing time. Unfortunately, for the second-year guard, everything is on hold. Shortly after the Chicago Bulls sent (via CSNChicago.com) their young point guard to their NBDL affiliate Iowa Energy, an injury to veteran guard Mike James put that move on a pause. Marquis Teague would have... Read More of the post "...
The Chicago Bulls announced today the team has assigned guard Marquis Teague to the Iowa Energy of the NBA Development League (D-League).
Teague (6-2, 190) has played in nine games for the Bulls this season and averaged 1.2 ppg and 0.8 apg in 8.9 mpg.
Teague was selected by Chicago in the first round (29th overall) of the 2012 NBA Draft, after helping lead the University of Kentucky...
Mike James played 13 minutes in the Chicago Bulls' loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday and has surpassed Marquis Teague at backup point guard for now.
Tom Thibodeau said Kirk Hinrich will start and James will be his backup at this point.
Teague did not play on Friday.
Teague was reportedly shopped by the Bulls early in the season.
Marquis Teague, who has yet to play this season, didn't have to hear what coach Tom Thibodeau said at Saturday's morning shootaround to know he's currently out of the rotation.
"Of course things can change with foul trouble or an injury," Thibodeau said. "You need everybody. But we'll probably be with a nine-man rotation."
Teague joins veteran...
The Chicago Bulls have exercised its fourth-year option for the 2014-15 season for guard/forward Jimmy Butler, and its third-year option for the 2014-15 season for guard Marquis Teague. By exercising the respective player options, both players will be under contract with the Bulls for the 2014-15 season. Butler (6-7, 220), appeared in all 82 games last season and posted averages...
According to a tweet from ESPN's Marc Stein the Utah Jazz may be looking to trade for Bulls point guard Marquis Teague.
The potential interest stems from the news that rookie point guard Trey Burke who the Jazz moved up in the draft to select No. 7 overall this past June suffered a broken right index finger in the Jazz's preseason loss to the Clippers on Friday.
The Utah Jazz have shown trade interest in Marquis Teague and could revisit discussions with the Chicago Bulls depending on the timetable of Trey Burke.
Burke suffered a fracture in his right index finger on Saturday.
The Bulls currently have Derrick Rose and Kirk Hinrich at point guard, as well as training camp invite Mike James.
Teague averaged 2.1 points in 48 games last season.
Chicago Bulls point guard Marquis Teague accidentally put the ball into his own team's basket during Monday night's Game 4 against the Miami Heat.
It happened in the fourth quarter as Teague tried to intercept a pass from Norris Cole to Chris "Birdman" Andersen. Teague did knock the pass away from Andersen, but inadvertently knocked the ball up and right into...
All right, straight to the heart of the matter. Last week, Mark Deeks of the excellent ShamSports.com noted that Bulls first-rounder Marquis Teague was the only unsigned first round pick from the 2012 draft. For those of you that don’t want to actually read the article, his speculation was that the Bulls were attempting to [...]
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