CSKA Moscow have today announced that point guard Milos Teodosic is out indefinitely with a calf injury.
Tests in at the well known GMS Clinic in Moscow have revealed that Teodosic has a micro tear in his right calf. The Serbian international will now undergo conservative therapy.
Teodosic, who missed last summer’s Eurobasket with the same injury problem will also practice with the Russian champions individually.
The next tests are planned to be in 10 days, after then doctors will take the decision to correct rehabilitation process. Teodosic will definitely miss CSKA Moscow’s next four games, two of which are in the Euroleague against Partizan [tonight] and against Real Madrid, the latter of which could be vital towards the overall standings in Group F of the Euroleague Top 16.
The Serb will also miss games against Krasny Oktyabr and Neptunas Klaipeda in the VTB League as his timetable to return remains unknown.