Spurs Won’t Match Offer For Boban Marjanovic

The Spurs have decided not to match the three-year, $21MM offer sheet the Pistons gave to center Boban Marjanovic, tweets David Mayo of MLive. Marjanovic should serve as a backup to Andre Drummond, whom Detroit expects to sign later this summer.

The 7’3″ Serbian native played sparingly during his first NBA season after signing with the Spurs last summer. He averaged 9.4 minutes over 54 games, but made an impact with 5.5 points and 3.6 rebounds while shooting better than 60%.

Marjonic became expendable in San Antonio with the additions of Pau Gasol and Dewayne Dedmon.

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7 thoughts on “Spurs Won’t Match Offer For Boban Marjanovic

  1. baller

    Is that a good thing?

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    • bigcubsfan

      I think it’s good. 21 million for 3 years is kind of a lot for a backup.

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  2. Ryan Brubaker

    What about Baynes???

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    • aarongill

      Will probably be his replacement

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      • Andrewc62

        He doesn’t play for them anymore, he plays for Detroit

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        • I think that’s his point – what about Baynes being the backup?

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  3. Z.....

    Gives them a big that can actually be on the floor late in a game. Obviously, Drummond’s free throw issues were significant in their series with Cleveland

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