Milos Teodosic agrees to terms with Clippers

Milos TeodosicIt’s finally official. Milos Teodosic (195 cm) is making his way to the NBA after agreeing to sign with the Los Angeles Clippers. The 30-year-old Serbian superstar point guard of CSKA Moscow (Russia-VTB) will be inking a deal with the Clips worth $12.3 million over two years, with Milos getting a player option for the second year. Earlier reports came out that he was headed to Chicago but after the dust has settled it looks like Teodosic will be able to bring his amazing passing game to the City of Angels and keep the “Lob City” dream alive. He will have athletic big men DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin as easy assist targets in the paint, while also having to option to kick the ball out to Italian forward, Danilo Gallinari. Milos might have to split time with the defensively talented Patrick Bever

Milos might have to split time with the defensively talented Patrick Beverley, who came over in the trade with the Houston Rockets in exchange for Chris Paul. Teodosic is no spring chicken at 30 years of age and will be tested if he can endure the rigors of an 82-game regular season competing against some of the best basketball players in the world. In the end, considering his passing ability is out of this World Teodosic will get as much minutes as he can handle. Considering his skill level, the Clippers got one of the Worlds’ most elite point guards at a discount. He will bring a lot to the table as far as translating his Euro-style of basketball into the NBA setting.

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