Team 2012-13: CSKA Moscow (Russia-PBL)
Career: FMP Zeleznik Belgrade (Serbia-Super Liga, 2004-05); Borac Cacak (Serbia-Super Liga, 2005-06); FMP Zeleznik Belgrade (Serbia-Super Liga, 2006-07); Olympiacos Piraeus (Greece-ESAKE, 2007-11); CSKA Moscow (Russia-PBL, 2011-13)
Wandering a thin line between game hero and tragic figure, Milos Teodosic is either hated or loved by basketball fans across Europe. However, the 26-year-old is undoubtedly one of the most skilled and creative playmakers on the old continent, being the heart and brain of the Serbian team ever since his appearances with Serbian youth teams. Plagued by an injury sustained in May, Teodosic spent most of the preparation undergoing therapy and individual workouts. Knowing the value of his premier point guard, Coach Ivkovic reiterated that he is worth the wait, hoping the former FIBA Europe Player of the Year will be back to full strength and ready to drain clutch threes, dish out brilliant assists or simply cause additional headaches for opposing defences.