Nikola Milutinov, who the Spurs drafted with the No. 26 overall pick, has signed a three-year deal with Olympiacos of Greece, Sportando’s Emiliano Carchia reports.
Carchia initially reported negotiations between Milutinov and Olympiacos on Friday. The Spurs were not going to sign him, anyway, this season. The Spurs have already filed paperwork with the NBA stating that he won’t sign this season so that the team could remove his cap hold.
The big man had reportedly been close to a deal with Panathinaikos, another Greek team, but Panathinaikos landed Miroslav Raduljica instead. Milutinov spent this past season with KK Partizan in his native Serbia.
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2 thoughts on “Nikola Milutinov Signs To Play In Greece”
The SPURS are so Badass they can just throw a draft pick away !
Not throwing it away. They can still sign him next year, or later on. I guess for this year you could say they’re throwing it away, though, since obviously he won’t be in San Antonio.