While there is still over a month left in the NBA offseason, we can look forward to each member of the LA Clippers’ roster performing better than ever on the court. Here are three goals we hope to see Milos Teodosic accomplish in the regular season.
Goal #1: Stay healthy
Milos Teodosic was one of many players to miss far too many games last season. Victims of injuries in the NBA can’t always control what happens on the court and Teodosic can’t be blamed for injuries to his left plantar fascia. This goal is more of a wish for Milos Teodosic to be in the best of health during the NBA season.
For being a 30-year-old rookie, there were high hopes for Teodosic. His highlight reel from playing overseas had fans everywhere excited to see his abilities in the NBA. Alas, injuries robbed of this, save for a few highlights here and there. Even when he pulled off his best pass of the season, he injured himself enough to end his season.
Teodosic is more than capable of starting for the team (he started in 36 of the 45 games he played last season). While the team has numerous great guards to fight for starting spots, Teodosic will still be called upon to start when other options aren’t available. With the starting lineup yet to be confirmed, Teodisic may even be part of it when the regular season starts.