Dallas Mavericks: Boban Marjanovic is getting a different kind of workout in Serbia

Dallas Mavericks Boban Marjanovic Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
Dallas Mavericks Boban Marjanovic Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports /

The Dallas Mavericks turned to their secret weapon in the playoffs. With the series tied at two games apiece and the LA Clippers playing small, they inserted Boban Marjanovic into the starting five. The 7’4 big man gave the Mavs a rim protector and paint presence against the Clippers. Dallas pushed the series to seven games, but they were ultimately eliminated.

Marjanovic is an unrestricted free agent this offseason. There will be mutual interest in a reunion, but Boban is going to receive plenty of offers. Will another team give him more money than the Mavericks? It is one of the many questions of the offseason for the organization.

Bobi is not sweating his upcoming decision. He is back in his native Serbia doing plenty of work. Marjanovic took to Instagram to show off his latest workout. Let us take a closer look.

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Dallas Mavericks big man Boban Marjanovic is changing up his workouts in Serbia

Boban was spotted sitting in front of the Rtanj mountain in Serbia and lifting some heavy bags of corn. See his Instagram post below.

Marjanovic has been busy this summer. He played in the Olympic Qualifying tournament in Serbia where he showed off his shooting range. His country lost in the finals to Italy and missed their chance to advance to the Olympics. Expect Boban to have plenty of suitors when free agency opens. It will be interesting to see where he decides to play next season.

Fans can expect plenty more Boban Marjanovic content this summer. He has already done a bit of acting and working out. The 7’4 big man is one of the nicest and funniest players in the NBA. There will be plenty more laughs and enjoyment from Boban before training camp begins again on September 28. Stay tuned to The Smoking Cuban for all the latest.

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