DeAndre Jordan and DeMar DeRozan hint at NBA move for Milos Teodosic

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Team USA completed their aim of winning gold at the Rio Olympics as they overcame Serbia by 30-points in a dominant final performance. 

With the international game over for another year, the players will now take a well-deserved break before refocusing on another gruelling campaign of NBA basketball. One Serbian star may finally get the chance to test himself in the big league next year if his post-game conversations are anything to go by.

As the two nations exchanged pleasantries following the blowout win for the US, CSKA Moscow star Milos Teodosic was seen shaking hands with DeMar DeRozan and DeAndre Jordan. Scroll down to watch the video.

As the camera followed them, you could hear the Toronto Raptors guard saying "see you next year in the NBA", before the L.A. Clippers center hugs him and says "see you next year."


Teodosic is a superstar in the Euroleague, he finally got his hands on the grand prize this year and was named league MVP back in 2010. 

He'll be 30 years of age by the time his contract with Moscow expires and has previously said he would like to test himself in the NBA before retiring. 

There are always question marks about a player moving from Europe, but if he found a team that suited his needs, there is no question he has the ability to be a big hit. 

Maybe we're reading too much into this video, but it seems likely one lucky franchise could be picking up a 30-year-old with an abundance of talent and experience. 

DeMar DeRozan
Toronto Raptors
Atlantic Division
Eastern Conference
DeAndre Jordan
LA Clippers
Pacific Division
Western Conference

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