teague per by year:
jennings per by year:
so as disenchanted as everyone is with jennings he will still barely worse than teague this year despite playing alongside monta and lrmam compared to teague getting to play with harris, korver, smith and horford.
teagues assist/40 by year:
jennings assist/40 by year:
thatís a 2-2 split on best assist years. and teague had by far his best year this season when korver joined the fold (passing to a guy hitting +45% of all his shots including 3s has gotta be fun).
teague rebound/40 by year:
jennings rebound/40 by year:
jennings is a better rebounder, somehow. horford/smith combined for pretty much the same rebounds per game #s as sanders/ersan too, so itís not that the mke bigs just arenít rebounding.
teague turnover rate by year:
jennings turnover rate by year:
jennings clearly wins that, even as teague improved his assist rate he also got worse and protecting the ball, jennings has always been pretty good at avoiding turnovers (maybe that is because he shoots first so much? i donít really know).
the one advantage teague definitely has is his true shooting % is better than jennings and improved pretty well through his first 3 seasons, it actually dipped down this year. jennings improved over his first 3 seasons but not by much (he came into the league as a better shooter than teague but hasnít really elevated that). his shooting pretty much stagnated over the last 2 years.
so, like iíve said numerous times, i could care less if we do a jennings/teague swap, either one is fine with me. but to make it sound like teague has made great leaps and bounds in his 4 years is a little misleading. while he probably has improved MORE than jennings, jennings came into the league as a better player thus iíd put them on a pretty even plateau at this point with jennings having a higher ceiling but teague having a lower floor.