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Dallas Mavericks: Boban Marjanovic is working on his tennis game

Dallas Mavericks Boban Marjanovic (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
Dallas Mavericks Boban Marjanovic (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
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Dallas Mavericks: Boban Marjanovic is putting in work on his tennis game

Dallas Mavericks fans fell in love with Boban Marjanovic this season. It was impossible not to when coupling his infectious smile with his incredible on-court skill. Nobody is going to forget his 31 points and 17 rebounds against the Nuggets on the night the NBA suspended play because of the novel coronavirus. That was far from his only shining moment too.

Marjanovic played a key role during the playoffs. He led the team in plus-minus and slowed down Clippers Sixth Man of the Year Montrezl Harrell. Bobi is a problem in the paint in any matchup.

Fans saw the 7’4 big man having a ton of fun inside the bubble too. From fishing to table tennis to pickleball, Marjanovic and the Mavericks were enjoying themselves. The 32-year-old continues to take on new challenges. Let us take a closer at his recent Instagram story.

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Dallas Mavericks big man Boban Marjanovic works on his tennis game

Bobi was spotted at the Novak Tennis Center in Serbia practicing his forehand on Wednesday. Fans can see his Instagram story here. This is not Marjanovic’s first time playing tennis. Fans can see his game in 2018 here.

Could Boban play in Dirk Nowitzki’s next charity tennis event? That would promise to provide plenty of laughs and fun for all. Marjanovic has a way of making your day better. It would be fantastic to see him taking part in the Mavericks GOAT’s charity tournament.

Expect Bobi to be back with the Mavs next season. He will play that third center role that brings energy and leadership off the bench. The 7’4 big man will win the Mavericks more than a few games next season with his incredible play too. It will certainly be fun to watch, so do not miss it.

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