Patrick Beverley Needs A New "Hotel Alias" After Becoming Teammates With The Source Of His Former One
I can't tell you how the game of newest Los Angeles Clipper, Milos Teodosic, is going to translate internationally. I do know it was a pretty savvy pick-up considering they basically got left at the alter by Chris Paul and needed to stay relevant by any means necessary in a huge market. I'm no basketball savant, but taking a chance on a guy that freaks this many foreigners with okey-doke dishes seems like a worthy gamble...
And if a highlight video wasn't enough to prove that then an endorsement from a proven NBA player who also happens to be a former teammate certainly should be. It's one thing for Patrick Beverley to applaud Milos Teodosic's obvious ability to thread the needle more precisely than the most crafty of grandmother, but to use his government name as an alias? Looks like someone made an impression. Obviously it's also a pretty sweet pseudonym to take on, but pro athletes aren't tipping their hat to players overseas by adopting a name that could easily be Googled if that search ain't returning some awe-inspiring results. I have no idea how Milos Teodosic's NBA career is going to turn out, but I'm confident that anyone who has tried stealing his identity in the past has faith in his prowess as a professional point guard, because no one is trying to go undercover as a bum.