Boban Marjanovic gives his Mavericks teammates a lesson in Serbian

Dallas Mavericks Boban Marjanovic (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
Dallas Mavericks Boban Marjanovic (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images) /

Dallas Mavericks center Boban Marjanovic teaches his teammates a few Serbian words with hilarious results. See the video here.

The Dallas Mavericks final game of the season may go down as a win over the playoff-bound Denver Nuggets thanks to a career-night from Boban Marjanovic. It seems like that game took place months ago now. On March 11, the Mavericks dominated the Nuggets in the fourth quarter to secure the 113-97 win. Boban had 16 of his 31 points in the final frame to ice the victory.

Everyone learned the NBA suspended regular season play during that game. It was nationally televised on ESPN. We all watched as the unprecedented move was made because of the novel coronavirus.

Nearly a month later and there is still no concrete plan on when or if basketball returns. The season could ultimately be canceled. The NBA wants to crown a champion, but that may not possible. It is all a waiting game.

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Bobi teaches Serbian

The Mavericks have been posting some funny videos for fans to give them a laugh in this difficult time. Here is a look at Boban attempting to teach his teammates a few Serbian words.

Marjanovic is from Serbia and represents them in FIBA play. He was a key piece of their 2019 World Cup team that finished fifth. The rest of the Mavericks struggled with the language, but it was fun to watch.

Hopefully, basketball returns and crowns a champion before the end of 2020. More importantly, let us hope that everyone stays safe and healthy.

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