Tonight was a highly anticipated battle between the two newest Serbs in the NBA: Milos Teodosic and Bogdan Bogdanovic. Not everyone got the chance to watch the game, and highlights don’t tell the whole story, so with the power of analytical factual true analysis, I will attempt to derive who had the better game, who came out on top in this inter-Serbia contest. POINTS Bogdanovic had 22 points, a figure that more than doubles Teodosic’ measly and insignificant point total. Can’t deny it. It’s math. Advantage: Bogdanovic FIVE O’CLOCK SHADOW Teodosic wandered into the arena looking like he had a long day at work and needed a stiff drink right away. Meanwhile, I can’t tell if Bogdanovic is really really good at shaving or doesn’t need to shave at all, because his face was perfectly 100% smooth as a baby’s bottom. Advantage: Teodosic SERBIOSITY I think both of these dudes are Serbian. Advantage: Serbia TEAM WIN STATUS Teodosic’ team, the Clippers, won the game, but that’s only because his supporting cast is way, WAY better than Bogdanovic’s Kings. I can rationalize it all I want, but the NBA is clear: the Clippers won, and the Kings lost. There are no what-ifs when it comes to this. Advantage: Teodosic CONNECTION WITH WILLIE CAULEY-STEIN I was watching really close, and while Teodosic did have 9 assists, not even one of them was to Cauley-Stein. Is there even any chemistry between them? If there is, it’s so slight as to be undetectable. Bogdanovic, on the other hand, delivered a full 50 percent of his assists to WCS on this night, all of them for lob dunks. There is chemistry blossoming on this balmy Sacramento evening. Advantage: Bogdanovic The facts have been analytically analyzed with truthfulness and veracity. The result: it’s a tie! Unlike the NBA, there is no overtime. Also unlike the NBA, if more information and facts come to light, this result may change. The situation remains fluid. All clips property of the NBA. No copyright infringement is intended. Check out !