Jeff Teague with famous 'Michael Jordan shrug' after crazy three-pointer

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Jeff Teague was instrumental in the Atlanta Hawks win over the Indiana Pacers and at one point in the contest, Teague hit a running one-legged three pointer and proceeded to perform the famous 'Michael Jordan shrug' after draining it.

The Hawks took a 2-1 playoff series lead over the number one seeded Pacers after controlling a 98-85 win on their home court. 

Jeff Teague has been the Hawks post season MVP so far and if he continues his blistering form then the 8th seed Atlanta may have a chance of pulling off one of the greatest upsets in NBA history.

Teague scored a game high 22 points along with dishing out 10 assists in the massive win for the home town team. 

After the game, shooting guard Kyle Korver described the atmosphere inside Philips Arena: "That was the best Hawks crowd I've ever been a part of...That was really awesome tonight. We really felt the energy."

The Pacers must regroup themselves before Saturday which is the next time they meet the Hawks for game four of the series.


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