Milos Teodosic Rumors

Like every summer the rumors about CSKA are raging. One of them is about Milos Teodosic and his departure from the team from Moscow. A lot has been heard and it has even been written that he’s a breath away from a deal with Fenerbahce. The truth is that so far nothing has happened and there is no indication at all that CSKA is going to cut off the Serbian guard and ask him to break their contract. Milos Teodosic has a contract with CSKA until the summer of 2017, there is no release clause from the side of the player, nor the side of the team, not even an NBA Out. So it seems, then, that despite the “easy” rumors, the 28 year old playmaker will continue with the club for a 5th season.
After failing to qualify for the Euroleague Final Four Barcelona is already thinking about the next season. According to various sources, current Euroleague title holders are showing serious interest in Milos Teodosic of Olympiacos. Serbian guard could strengthen Barca’s backcourt next season. His addition would be even more beneficial if Ricky Rubio finally decides to move to NBA.
And his contract is running out this season.. According to Serbian portal, sportal.rs, the vice-president of the San Antonio Spurs, Dennis Lindsey was at the SEF stadium in Athens a few days ago watching the game of Olympiakos against Real Madrid. According to the Serbian article the reason he was there was to scout the Serbian star, Milos Teodosic, whose contract with Olympiakos expires at the end of this season.
Stars from Argentina, Lithuania, Serbia, Turkey and the USA have been recognised for their outstanding tournaments with the All Star Five for the 2010 FIBA World Championship announced following Sunday’s final between Turkey and the USA. The All Star Five is made up of Luis Scola at centre, Linas Kleiza and Kevin Durant as forwards, and Hedo Turkoglu and Milos Teodosic in the guard positions.
Teodosic then stepped back as the other Serbian players spread out wide, dribbling the clock down as he stood 28 feet away from the basket. Garbajosa played off him, and with five seconds left, Teodosic let it fly. And when his straightaway 3-pointer went through the net with 3.1 seconds left, Serbia had a 92-89 victory that dethroned the defending world champions. “In the timeout, we decided we would only shoot a long 3-pointer. If we miss, it’s overtime,” said Serbian coach Dusan Ivkovic, whose team avenged a defeat against Spain in the gold medal-game of the 2009 EuroBasket tournament in Poland.