Serbian point guard Miloš Teodosić, who has spent his professional career in Europe and has periodically dazzled American audiences during international tournaments, is coming to the NBA. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the 30-year-old guard has agreed to a two-year deal with the Los Angeles Clippers:
This is a smart move for the Clippers, who were in desperate need of a playmaking guard after losing Chris Paul. Teodosić isn’t good enough to completely fill Paul’s shoes, but he provides a heck of a lot more than Austin Rivers or Patrick Beverley.
Okay, time to gawk at some of his dimes:
The NBA will be more fun with this guy in it.