Josh Childress is unlikely to remain in Greece next season after he was told by Olympiacos to look for another team. Though the Greek giants are not going to leave an empty small forward position. According to basketnet.gr, Ramunas Siskauskas is wanted by Olympiacos to replace Childress.
Siskauskas, former player of Panathinaikos, is also wanted by his former boss at CSKA Moscow, Ettore Messina, which means that Real Madrid and Olympiacos might be forced to compete for the signature of a 31-year-old Lithuanian forward.
During 21 Eurolegaue games last season Siskauskas averaged 13.4 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists. CSKA Moscow won the third place in Euroleague and continued its tradition of winning Russian Superleague.