David Mayo of MLive:
Marjanovic will earn $5,628,000 and $5,881,260 the next two years and the rest — $9,490,740 if his reported contract terms weren’t rounded — the following season.
His role is far less certain. Marjanovic dominated in limited minutes in select matchups as a rookie last season, but exposing the 7-foot-3 center to better and faster opponents could be disastrous. Marjanovic has the potential to usurp Aron Baynes as Andre Drummond‘s primary backup, but that could take time.
The Pistons bought themselves a few years of it with a highly intriguing player.