Latest On Milos Teodosic, CSKA Moscow

JUNE 19, 7:49am: A CKSA Moscow source tells international basketball reporter David Pick (Twitter link) that CSKA hasn’t upped its offer to Teodosic since the team made its initial proposal following the Euroleague finale. That offer is viewed as “final,” per Pick.

JUNE 18, 10:11am: CSKA Moscow has made a substantially higher offer to free agent guard Milos Teodosic, who is expected to be pursued by several NBA teams this summer, writes Brian Lewis of The New York Post.

The latest offer from the Russian powerhouse is five years at 30 million euros — about the equivalent of $33.9MM — with an “important role as a leader” when his playing days are finished. It represents a significant increase from the three-year, $13.5MM package that CSKA offered when the season ended.

The Nets are expected to aggressively pursue Teodosic, who is one of the top players outside the NBA and who made a splash at the 2016 Olympics. International writer David Pick has relayed that the 30-year-old guard will be seeking a three-year deal worth $25MM to $30MM. The Heat, Kings, Nuggets and Jazz have also expressed interest in Teodosic.

Coming off a third-place finish in this year’s Euroleague, Teodosic plans to take time to contemplate his next move.

“We had a great season, which was very difficult given the new Euroleague format. Unfortunately, we did not win there, but had better success in the VTB United League,” Teodosic told the Russian news agency TASS this week. “Now I want to have a good rest and decide where to continue my career. At the moment I’m lost in thought.”

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5 thoughts on “Latest On Milos Teodosic, CSKA Moscow

  1. Dionis

    Go to the NBA, why tf do these international players play overseas when they could be in the NBA? What are you trash enough that you feel you wouldn’t get off the bench? He’s 30 years old also, no NBA team should be sweating to throw money at this dude. Unless Brooklyn could get him on a 3 years 48 mil deal, PASS.

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    • Hannibal8us

      Hmm let’s see, be one of the best players in your home country where you’ll be adored as a top 5 player competing for a championship there or go play for the worst team in the NBA and perhaps be a top 150 player at best. If the money is even remotely close I could easily understand staying in Russia.

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      • Dionis

        I never knew who that bum was till they just mentioned him, maybe if he plays in the real man’s league the NBA people would actually care.

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        • Hannibal8us

          You probably wouldn’t have known who he was on the Nets either, which is my point. In Russia he’s a star, on the Nets even if he became their best player he’d just be the best player on the worst team.

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        • LordBanana

          Yes everyone’s goal in life is to live in the USA and be heard of by you

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