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The Sacramento Kings were said to be the frontrunners to land Serbian point guard Milos Teodosic, but apparently, they don’t want him, after all.
That is according to a report from international basketball insider David Pick:
UPDATE on Milos Teodosic: Per Sacramento executive, Kings NOT in race to sign Serbian PG.
— David Pick (@IAmDPick) May 12, 2017
Teodosic’s contract with CSKA Moscow expires at the end of June, and it is believed he is ready to make the jump to the NBA.
At 30 years old, Teodosic is an incredibly skilled offensive player, capable of scoring at efficient levels from all areas of the floor as well as being one of the most willing and creative passers around the world.
For example, Teodosic averaged 16.2 points per game on a 62.4 percent true shooting percentage, 37.5 percent shooting from deep and he dished out 7.0 assists per game in his 27 games of Euroleague competition.
The Houston Rockets and San Antonio Spurs are also believed to be in the mix for Teodosic.