If you’re a betting person you might want to put some cash down on 30-year-old Milo Teodosic to be the NBA rookie of the year.

A legend in Europe, we’re finally getting to see Teodosic in the NBA and so far it’s looking pretty dang promising. He’s recorded 13 assists in two games, playing limited time in preseason — so yeah, this could be fun to watch. If you don’t believe he could be the next big thing, then take a look at some of his Euroleague highlights.

What the Clippers are getting in Milos Teodosic

Milos Teodosic has agreed to a two-year deal with the Clippers, per Adrian Wojnarowski.Here's what L.A. is getting with him:

Posted by SB Nation on Thursday, July 6, 2017

As for the NBA, Teodosic also went full lob city on Tuesday night.

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