No he isn’t. He trades on the ball offense for defense. G Hill could, AND often did, guard the second option on opposing teams at positions 1 through 3, while PG would take the number one option. And he was good at it.
Also, Teague, Ellis, and PG can’t all be on the ball at the same time. G Hill shined as a deferential scorer and spot up 3 point threat in addition to his defensive grit.
One can only hope that all the tradeoffs eventually balance out and Teague v. Hill turns into a draw in the long run… But in no way is he vastly superior.
From a central Indiana resident and Pacer fan for life.