3. Jeff Teague
Teague has quietly been one of the more productive point guards in the league the past five seasons. In that time frame, he has averaged 14.6 points per game, 5.9 assists, 1.1 steals, and never appeared in less than 73 games.
Consistency goes a long way in the NBA, especially on the health front. Speaking of consistency, Jeff Teague has made the playoffs in every season he has been in the league. Now obviously he hasn’t done all of that on his own, but he has played a major role in that since he was named a full-time starter back in the 2011-12 season.
Teague is still only 29-years old, and has many productive years ahead of him. His consistency on the court and ability to stay healthy will certainly resonate well for his chances at landing a nice deal this summer. The Indiana native has expressed his desire to resign with the Pacers, but you never know if another team can reel him away.