Bulls reportedly frontrunner for Teodosic

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Serbian point guard Milos Teodosic has received strong interest from the Chicago Bulls, according to a report from Eurohoops.net.

In fact, the Bulls are ready to offer Teodosic a multiyear contract, the website reported.

Teodosic averaged 16.1 points and 6.8 assists per game this past season while playing for CSKA Moscow in the EuroLeague. Some scouts consider him to be the most creative passer in the world.

Teodosic has been linked to the Sacrament Kings, Atlanta Hawks, Brooklyn Nets and Utah Jazz.

The Bulls have a history with ex-Yugoslavian players, from Tony Kukoc to current Bulls forward Nikola Mirotic.

Teodosic is a 30-year-old point guard and was voted the best player outside the NBA by league general managers earlier this year, as he led Serbia to a silver medal in the Rio Olympics.