Milos Teodosic to Chicago Bulls?

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Chicago Bulls are reportedly offering Milos Teodosic a multiyear deal to lure him away from Europe.

Teodosic’s current club CSKA Moscow are offering him a three-year contract, worth €12million to stay with the side. The Serbian international has currently remained quiet on the matter but did say following the conclusion of the EuroLeague season that he wanted some time to think about his future.

However, Greek outlet Eurohoops have reported that the Bulls, keen to rebuild next season are looking to Teodosic, who is widely considered one of the top guards outside of the NBA.

Offensively, he’s the best passer in the world, from a purely offensive standpoint,” ESPN’s Fran Fraschilla, an international basketball expert said last month.

“Chris Paul is a Hall of Famer, but as far as a pure passer, Teodosic might be the most creative passer in the world today. Now, he will not guard a chair, but he’s a brilliant offensive player and an ultra-competitor.”

Teodosic averaged 16.1 points and 6.8 assists for CSKA this season.