Northwest Notes: Conley, Teague, Roberson

Mike Conley is one of the biggest acquisitions in the history of the Jazz and the team is excited to have him around, as Matt John of Basketball Insiders writes. “Watching him play, being around him, seeing how he interacts,” head coach Quin Synder said. “When I say elite, that manifests itself in a lot of different ways.”

Here’s more from around the Northwest Division:

  • After a disappointing year in Minnesota, Jeff Teague is ready for a new campaign, as Chris Hine of The Star Tribune writes. Teague missed 40 games with injuries last season for the Timberwolves and the point guard told Hine that he had never endured a season like that before.
  • Andre Roberson hasn’t played in nearly two years after rupturing his patellar tendon, but the wing is back on the court for Thunder, as Erik Horne of The Oklahoman passes along. Roberson has been cleared to practice without restrictions.
  • The Nuggets have a battle on their hands for the starting small forward position, Mike Singer of The Denver Post relays. “By no means is there a leader in the clubhouse,” head coach Mike Malone said of the competition. Torrey Craig, Juan Hernangomez, Will Barton, and Michael Porter Jr. are among the options at the three.
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2 thoughts on “Northwest Notes: Conley, Teague, Roberson

  1. harden-westbrook-mvps

    Poor Roberson finally re-joins his team and now they’ll go 30-52.

  2. Bdd1967

    Jeff Teague…if you don’t want to endure another wasted season of wheels spinning and no progress in sight…find a way out of Minnesota ASAP! This team will go nowhere until Taylor is no longer the owner and whoever buys the team figures out a way to make Minnesota a desired destination to play basketball in…currently its just a pit of quicksand.

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