Was there ever a question Marquis Teague could take his place among the elite point guards coached the last four seasons by Kentucky’s John Calipari? If there was, there shouldn’t have been. Teague has had no shortage of mentors to help him along the way. His success was virtually guaranteed. First there’s his father, Shawn Teague, who played point guard for Rick Pitino at Boston University and groomed his two sons in the fine art of playing the position from the time they were old enough to dribble a basketball.