The Atlanta Journal Constitution first reported the Hawks would match the Bucks' offer to Teague. Jeff Teague is still a member of the Atlanta Hawks. The Atlanta Hawks have matched the four-year, $32 million offer sheet point guard Jeff Teague signed with the Milwaukee Bucks earlier this week, a league source confirmed to ESPN.com's Brian Windhorst and Marc Stein on Saturday. Talks between the Hawks and Teague had not gone well the past two weeks, but general manager Danny Ferry said earlier this week that the team would "make the best decision moving forward for our organization." Budenholzer said Teague "has a high level of talent." Teague has steadily improved in four seasons with Atlanta, and while he’ll probably never round off into developing into an All-Star, those four-year, $32 million terms are just fine for someone producing his typically capable output. The Hawks lost Josh Smith, who signed with Detroit, but have re-signed guard-forward Kyle Korver and added free-agent forwards Paul Millsap and DeMarre Carroll.