June 18, 2017, 10:55 am
According to Italian website Planeta Basket (and this fine work from Nets Daily), CSKA Moscow has upped their offer to point guard Milos Teodosic to five years and €30 million.
The last reported offer was three years and €13.5 million, and it’s important to remember that NBA offers will have to be much higher in order to be competitive since European teams pay taxes up front. The Heat, Kings, Nuggets, Jazz and Nets have all been linked to Teodosic but can only offer a maximum of four years. It sounds like he wants to try his hand in the NBA but he’ll be walking away from serious cash to do so, unless a stateside team is willing to go past eight figures per year.