When reports surfaced that the Kings emerged as a legitimate competitor to land the services of Milos Teodosic next season, it absolutely was clear that they finally found the guard they’d been yearning for the last few seasons.
However, it failed to take long for the team to deny the speculations, united of their executives has apparently created it better-known that they’re not within the race to sign the CSKA star.
UPDATE on Milos Teodosic: Per Sacramento executive, Kings NOT in race to sign Serbian PG.
— David Pick (@IAmDPick) May 12, 2017
Pursuing Teodosic makes lots of sense for the Kings as he’s an experienced player and he has won lots of awards in the Euroleague. However, going when younger players and building through the draft is also the rationale why the team isn’t curious about him.
After commerce DeMarcus Cousins throughout February’s trade point, the Kings opted to build and took players who might be a part of their future plans. It remains to be seen if they can run the plays for them next season, however with lots talent within the draft, it won’t be shocking if they’ll use their 1st spherical choose for a standout point guard.