Speaking about EuroLeague, Milos Teodosic one of the league’s superstars and a fellow Serbian baller has openly expressed his ambition to become a part of the best league in the plant, if the circumstances are right for him. “He can play everywhere he wants to! He’s a a great, very smart player,” says Boban Marjanovic. “He has a nice touch, a great look. He won’t mistake someone for somebody else (laughs). He can find a great opportunity here.”
Aaron White has a one-plus-one deal with Zenit, who must decide in May if they want to keep him next season. And there is an NBA out in June. So if the Wizards want to make a move it would have to be then. “I would love to play in the NBA and would love to play for the Wizards. But if that doesn’t happen I’ll also be extremely happy playing here for the next 10-plus years and enjoy being able to play and being able to grow as a player and play at the highest level.”
Andy Larsen: On Milos Teodosic: I know that the Jazz like Teodosic, and Teodosic likes the Jazz & Quin Snyder. See for example: http://bit.ly/2jcejmA . On the other hand, Jazz have strongly denied to me that they have terms in place with a player under contract with another team.
Chris Reichert: Former Pistons PG, Lorenzo Brown will sign with Euroleague team in Russia very soon, per a league source
Eleven National Federations are participating in a workshop on the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 and its bidding process. The national basketball governing bodies of Argentina, Australia, Germany, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Philippines, Poland, Russia, Serbia and Turkey are attending an informative workshop at the House of Basketball. Over the course of two days (Tuesday-Wednesday 1-2 November), FIBA is presenting the rights and requirements tied into bidding – and eventually hosting – the competition.