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New Pacer Jeff Teague is a millennial at heart. And what do millennials do? They live at home with mom and dad.

After being traded to his hometown Pacers this offseason — he's from Indianapolis — Teague decided to shack up in his parents' basement instead of finding his own place. And likely to his parents’ chagrin, he plans on stay “the whole year.”

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“I bought a home here some years back, and when I re-signed back with Atlanta [in 2013] I just decided I was going to live in Atlanta and just gave the house to my mom and dad,” Teague explained to WNDE-AM 1260. “Now I’m going to live back in my old house with my mom and dad.”

The fact Teague, 28, bought the house makes the situation seem better, but his parents aren’t about to give up the master bedroom.

“I just have the basement,” Teague said.

Teague, who will make $8 million next sea

son, averaged 12.1 points and 5.2 assists per game in seven seasons with the Hawks.

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