AUGUST 15: The Jazz have officially signed Teague, per a team press release.
JULY 30: The Jazz have agreed to sign undrafted rookie MaCio Teague to an Exhibit 10 contract, reports Michael Scotto of HoopsHype (Twitter link).
After beginning his college career at UNC Asheville, Teague transferred to Baylor for his junior year and played a key role on the 2021 national champions as a senior. The 6’4″ guard was the Bears’ second-leading scorer with 15.9 PPG on .478/.395/.831 shooting in 30 games (31.7 MPG). He also chipped in 4.0 RPG and 1.7 APG.
An Exhibit 10 deal should give Teague the opportunity to attend training camp with the Jazz. While he may be a long shot for a regular season roster spot, the 24-year-old could be converted to a two-way contract or might become an affiliate player for Utah’s G League club, the Salt Lake City Stars.
2 thoughts on “Jazz Sign MaCio Teague To Exhibit 10 Deal”
Utah loading up on Baylor Bears. I think all 3, O’Neale, Teague & Butler could all play big roles for them going forward
I love when teams do these things. At the very least, it helps the players transition into professional careers together. Plus, it brings and builds good chemistry for their other teammates when they see how well they work together. Most players on SL rosters are rookies or only have played on their SL team.
I think both players they have so far look really good. It’s possible both could make it to training camp to play with O’Neale.