January 21, 2018, 12:35 am
Saturday wasn’t particularly kind to Milos Teodosic, who shot 3-of-11 from the field to finish a road loss with eight points, two triples and four assists.
The Clippers felt the squeeze from a solid Utah defense (.439 as a team), and Teodosic was one of the players who got hit the hardest. It’s encouraging that he was able to play 32 minutes, however, and it looks like the Clippers will play him more than initially thought when he sustained a second plantar fascia injury. That means he’ll have more than enough opportunity to carve out standard league value on the season and Teodosic could eke his way into the top-100 by the end of the year.