Jeff Teague moves back in with parents after trade to Indiana Pacers
Who says a grown man living at home with their parents is a bad thing?
Teague, who was traded to his hometown Pacers in a three-team deal, discussed some interesting details regarding his living situation.
In an interview with 97.5 FM in Indianapolis, Teague spoke on his new (old home):
“I bought a home here some years back, and when I re-signed back with Atlanta, I just decided I was going to live in Atlanta and just gave the house to my mom and dad. I sold my house in Atlanta so now I’m moving back and now I’m going live back in my old house with my mom and dad.
“I just got the basement.”
A bit nonchalant over the living conditions, Teague appears.
Teague made eight million dollars this past year and can undoubtedly purchase a new house or mansion if he wants, but it is humbling to see a successful NBA player sticking to his roots and living with mom and dad. Sometimes, living at home can keep a successful man like Teague out of trouble, which is a reappearing episode in today’s NBA.
Good for you Jeff, and I’m sure nothing tastes better than a home cooked meal!
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