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Boban Marjanovic starts a block party as Dallas Mavericks hoops camp

Dallas Mavericks, Boban Marjanovic
Dallas Mavericks, Boban Marjanovic / Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
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The Dallas Mavericks are back to running their annual Hoop Camps where boys and girls from seven to 18 years old can improve their games. They have camps across the state until early August. It is a fantastic opportunity to improve on the court and get to learn from an NBA player.

Mavericks big man Boban Marjanovic has already had a busy summer. He did plenty of press for his new movie, Hustle, starring Adam Sandler. Bobi has also been helping out at the Hoop Camps and just living his best life.

Marjanovic started a block party at the camp, and the children had no answers for scoring on the 7’4 big man. Here is a look at the hilarious video the team posted on June 14.

Boban Marjanovic starts a block party at Dallas Mavericks hoops camp

Boban is not just giving speeches and handing out smiles at the camps. He gets the on-court with the children, which creates plenty of opportunities to swat their shots. Marjanovic easily blocked multiple attempts as the children tried to get a bucket on the NBA player.

Boban appears to be having a blast at the summer camps. When he is not blocking shots, the 7’4 big man is often making the children laugh and lighting up the room with his massive personality.

This is just the start of a massive summer for Boban Marjanovic. There will be more acting as he has discussed it being his second passion. Do not be surprised to see a new commercial or two featuring Bobi as the 2022-2023 season gets underway. The Mavericks big man will also play for the Serbian National Team in EuroBasket in September, which could set up a showdown against his friend and teammate Luka Doncic.

The Smoking Cuban will have all the latest on Boban Marjanovic, plus news, opinions, and analysis on the Dallas Mavericks all summer long, so please check back with us regularly.

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