CSKA Moscow must start the Turkish Airlines Euroleague's next phase without the services of former MVP point guard Milos Teodosic, who will miss Game 1 and Game 2 of the best-of-five playoffs with an ongoing calf injury, the club announced. Pending the finish of Top 16 play tonight, CSKA is expected to face two-time defending champion Olympiacos Piraues, the former team of Teodosic, in the playoffs starting next Wednesday, April 16. Teodosic first missed three Top 16 games with the injury, returned for one, then reaggravated it last week. He flew for the team's last Top 16 game to Tel Aviv, where CSKA defeated host Maccabi Electra 76-81, in order to get another medical opinion on what was diagnosed as a partial muscle tear in his right calf. Teodosic will stay behind a week in Tel Aviv to continue rehabbing the injury before being tested again on Friday, April 18. Teodosic had three of his best five games of the Euroleague season right before the injury, raising his scoring and assists by almost double from the regular season to the Top 16, where he was the competition's sixth-best scorer with 14.7 points per game. Teodosic was Euroleague MVP in 2010, when he led Olympiacos Piraeus to the finals, where it lost to FC Barcelona. He was also named to the 2011-12 and 2012-13 All-Euroleague Second Team.