Marjanovic totaled 12 points (5-7 FG, 2-5 FT), and 10 rebounds in 12 minutes during Wednesday's 115-100 loss to the Lakers.
Marjanovic produced a double-double in just 12 minutes of playing time Wednesday, capping off his indifferent campaign. After being traded mid-season. there was some hope he would be given a larger role but this was merely a pipe-dream. He has shown the ability to put up standard league value in a condensed role but will need to see at least 20 minutes consistently to serve as a member of a standard league team.
Marjanovic managed 12 points (5-8 FG, 2-3 FT) and nine rebounds in 14 minutes during Monday's 113-100 loss to the Pelicans.
Marjanovic fell one board shy of a double-double despite seeing limited action. Through four April appearances, Marjanovic is averaging 9.5 points (on 52.9 percent shooting) to go along with 6.3 rebounds, 0.8 assists, and 0.3 steals in 12.5 minutes per game. With the Clippers already eliminated from playoff contention, Marjanovic and the rest of the reserves should be expected to see plenty of minutes in Wednesday's season finale versus the Lakers.
Marjanovic posted 18 points (5-8 FG, 8-9 FT), six rebounds, one assist, two steals and one block across 15 minutes in Tuesday's 122-120 win over the Nuggets.
With the Clippers down by 19 at one point in the third quarter, head coach Doc Rivers emptied his bench in an effort to ignite a spark, leading to Marjanovic's first taste of real game action since arriving via trade in late January. The towering 29-year-old had only logged a sole minute on the court in his Los Angeles tenure prior to Tuesday, but he was instrumental in the unlikely comeback victory versus the Nuggets. His scoring total ended up second only to Lou Williams on the team, but despite the unexpected surge, it's difficult to imagine that Marjanovic will receive much more than Tuesday's allotment of minutes on any given night. Therefore, his fantasy value in even the deepest of formats remains highly speculative for the moment.
Marjanovic did not play in Saturday's win over Chicago.
The big man was technically available off the bench, but he didn't get the call from coach Doc Rivers, and it remains to be seen how much of a role he'll have with his new team. For now, he appears to be firmly behind DeAndre Jordan and Montrezl Harrell on the depth chart, though his fortunes could change if Jordan is dealt before the deadline.
Marjanovic will have to pass his physical before taking the floor for his new team. It's unclear what sort of role he'll play with the Clippers, but it appears he could end up being a third-string center once more, with DeAndre Jordan and Montrezl Harrell ahead of him. We will likely have to use a wait-and-see approach unless coach Doc Rivers announces something specific.
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