April 12, 2018, 3:01 amMilos TeodosicPG, Los Angeles Clippers
Milos Teodosic (plantar fascia) watched Wednesday's season finale from the sidelines.
Teodosic had an up and down rookie season that was derailed by persistent foot problems. A sore left foot sustained in the second game of the season cost him 22 games, a left plantar fascia injury kept him from three games in January and a sore right foot caused a two-game absence in February before his season was ended on March 28th with another left plantar fascia injury. Teodosic was actually re-evaluated in the final week of the year and could've possibly returned, but the Clippers were eliminated from the playoffs at that point and wisely shut him down. Milos was able to average 2.0 threes, 4.5 assists and 2.2 turnovers in 25.2 mpg this year, returning top-165/220 per-game value and just top-250/270 total value. There was a chance for him to break out with the Clippers suffering so many backcourt injuries, but his feet just couldn't cooperate.