Purdue's Teague Tabbed Men's Basketball Player of the Week

Purdue's David Teague picks up Big Ten Player of the Week laurels after tallying a career-high 32 points against Indiana last week.

Purdue's David Teague picks up Big Ten Player of the Week laurels after tallying a career-high 32 points against Indiana last week.

Feb. 19, 2007

Player of the Week
David Teague, Purdue
Sr., G, Indianapolis, Ind./Pike

Teague earns his first Player of the Week accolade after scoring a career-high 32 points and leading Purdue to an 81-68 victory over No. 24/19 Indiana last week. The senior guard was 11-of-18 from the floor (.611), while tallying six three pointers. Teague also added seven rebounds, two assists and two blocked shots against the Hoosiers. The Indianapolis, Ind., native has helped the Boilermakers win four of their last six games with their only losses coming against No. 2/2 Ohio State during that stretch. In the last three home games, Teague has connected on 10-of-15 shots from the three-point line. He currently ranks fourth in the conference in three-point field goal percentage (.473) and ninth in scoring (14.1 ppg).


 

 

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