We can call Teodosics regular season in the Euroleague a moderate success. Coming from a Balkan team to a wealthy powerhouse, to get playing time was the natural first goal, and he ended up averaging over 20 minutes per game, even close to the 30-minute mark in the last four, although injuries did help him to advance in the rotation.
When it comes to performance level, it hasnt been an easy environment for Teodosic. Olympiacos is quite a mess this season. A top-4 team in Europe in terms of budget, they renewed its core again this past summer, coming up with a very talented, but highly inconsistent and not particularly team-oriented crop of players that perhaps lacked more blue collar and glue guys. In this context, Teodosic hasnt been able to provide consistent leadership from the point guard position. First, because he rarely played as a real playmaker, but more as a combo guard, therefore not being able to completely take over the control of his teams offense doing what he does best: to distribute the ball through his passing and scoring abilities, and to set the game tempo. Second, because hes still a youngster on a star-loaded squad. Third, because he has struggled with one of his best weapons, his perimeter stroke (only 23.7% accuracy). On the defensive end, he himself has a fair share of responsibility with his teams poor performance. Hes clearly not the most gifted player around on defense, given his limited lateral quickness, but he barely puts in any effort there.
If everything goes as expected, Teodosic is bound to become a European star. NBA-wise, he fills the bill for the skilled and unathletic Euro guard who struggles to make a transition to a physically very demanding league. Somebody might be interested in him in the second round, but thats not even a given.