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From Marjanovic’s perspective, there’s a level of familiarity with the Sixers. He’s played for head coach Doc Rivers before when both the player and coach were with the Los Angeles Clippers. He’s not a primary backup as he can be a defensive liability at times and hopefully, they draft a player that could fill that void as a number two center. It’s not a bad thing to have a player of Marjanovic’s caliber on a contender’s depth chart.