Clippers Replaced Chris Paul with The Best Point Guard from Euroleague

After the departure of star point guard Chris Paul, the Clippers were scrambling for a replacement, but could there be any player that can even come close to the production of their previous point guard?
There are probably a few that can match up to the all around production of Chris Paul but some of them are either not available or too expensive for the Clippers.
Signing Milos Teodosic for $12.3M  for 2 years is actually a bargain as Milos is one of the greatest players in Europe averaging 16.1 points and 6 assists, he could give a new look to the Clippers. 

Milos, while highly effective in Europe, may not work right away in the NBA because of different styles of play but if Clippers management is dedicated to making him the main point guard, I could see him flourishing and immediately producing the same number he was producing in the Euroleague.  
Personally, I think this is a great acquisition for the Clippers.
Check out some of the accolades of Milos Teodosic Euroleague
EuroLeague champion (2016)
EuroLeague MVP (2010)
3× All-EuroLeague First Team (2010, 2015, 2016)
3× All-EuroLeague Second Team (2012, 2013, 2017)
6× VTB United League champion (2012–2017)
2× VTB United League Playoffs MVP (2014, 2016)
2× PBL champion (2012, 2013)
2× Greek Cup winner (2010, 2011)
2× Greek Cup MVP (2010, 2011)
2× Serbian Cup winner (2005, 2007)
FIBA Europe Player of the Year (2010)
Euroscar Player of the Year (2016)
FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship MVP (2007)

What do you think about this move?

EuroBasket 2015 Semifinals: Lithuania defeated Serbia 67-64

Toronto Raptors Center Jonas Valanciunas led Lithuania with 15 points, 3 rebounds and 4 blocks to beat Serbia 67-64 on Friday to advance to the final of the European basketball championship and clinch a slot at next year’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

Lithuania will play Spain on Sunday after ending Serbia’s unbeaten run of seven games.Serbia has been the tournament’s highest scoring team so far at an average of 88 points per game, but Lithuania limited last year’s World Cup silver medalist to 33 percent shooting from the field.

International Superstar Milos Teodosic led Serbia with 16 points and 3 assist

Serbia will play France for the bronze medal.