Jeff Teague Injury: Hawks Guard Listed As Day-To-Day With Ankle Injury

Atlanta Hawks guard Jeff Teague is listed as day-to-day with an injured ankle that he suffered during the third quarter of Atlanta's 107-101 overtime win over the Pistons on Friday night. Teague took part in practice on Saturday but will likely be a game-time decision for the game against the Hornets on Sunday.

"He was out here getting some shots up," Drew said. "He's moving around on it pretty good. They are still treating it. It will be a day-to-day decision."

Teague suffered the injury when he landed on the foot of the Pistons' Greg Monroe on a drive to the basket. He limped to the bench and later to the locker room where he had the ankle taped. He briefly returned to the bench before finally giving Larry Drew the nod that he couldn't return because the ankle had started to stiffen up.

Kirk Hinrich subbed in for Teague and played the remainder of the game in only his second game back from off season shoulder surgery. If Teague is unable to go on Sunday then Hinrich and Jannero Pargo are likely to man the point for the Hawks.

For more on Jeff Teague's injury and the Atlanta Hawks be sure to check out Peachtree Hoops. For more news and analysis on the NBA head on over to SB Nation's NBA Basketball page.

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