The Los Angeles Clippers are a scrappy team right outside the Western Conference playoff picture.
But some may think they are a little more fun to watch these days, even without Chris Paul and Blake Griffin. No doubt that’s thanks to Milos Teodosic, the bearded Serbian 31-year-old who gave us one of the best passes of the season on Tuesday night.
The play came with a few minutes left in the second quarter as the Clippers took on the Milwaukee Bucks at Staples Center. In a high pick-and-roll action with DeAndre Jordan, Teodosic seemed to be driving toward the sideline.
That’s when Teodosic flipped the ball to a cutting Jordan down the lane.
I’d call that a good look but my man didn’t use his eyes on that one.
Teodosic would later leave the game with plantar fascia soreness, but he made his mark while he was in there.