Boban Marjanovic stars in hilarious new State Farm commercial

Dallas Mavericks, Boban Marjanovic
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The Dallas Mavericks are in the midst of an intense first-round playoff series against the Utah Jazz. They have won two of the first three games without superstar Luka Doncic, and he appears close to returning from his left calf strain. Fans have seen Doncic doing more each day, and he should help the Mavs advance to the second round for the first time since 2011.

Boban Marjanovic has yet to appear in the series, but fans get excited every time he takes the floor. The 7’4 big man is beloved by everyone, and he is an important piece of the Mavs’ chemistry.

Bobi starred in a hilarious State Farm Insurance commercial about rings that dropped during Christmas time, and he is part of a new one that is certain to provide a laugh. Check out the latest advertisement here featuring Mavericks draft pick and fellow NBA star Trae Young.

Boban Marjanovic stars in hilarious new State Farm commercial

Marjanovic took to Instagram to share his latest commercial for State Farm on April 21.

Boban always brings the laughs, and fans have seen him use his size to be helpful in recent years. Fans will remember him dislodging the ball that was stuck behind the backboard back in 2020. The 7’4 big man is never afraid to use his size to make life easier for everyone around him.

Will Boban Marjanovic get a chance to play in the postseason? He can be the perfect change of pace if the opposition is dominating the paint and the Mavs are struggling to score. It has not happened yet, but head coach Jason Kidd could turn to Bobi if things are not going well.

Even if he does not play a minute, Boban Marjanovic has already made a significant impact on the Mavericks' playoff run. He keeps things light in the locker room, and the 7’4 big man always brings the laughs. Stay tuned to The Smoking Cuban for all the latest on Bobi and the rest of the Dallas Mavericks.

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