Tobias Harris and Boban Marjanovic Already Channeling Rocky, Running Steps in Philly

Philadelphia fans won't get to see Tobias Harris or Boban Marjanovic suit up for the Sixers for at least a few more days, but the entertainment has already begun from the zany duo.

As we wrote about earlier in the day, Boban is a true joy off of the court and 76ers fans should slot him into that unique fan cult hero status rather quickly. What we didn't really get into was the absolutely fantastic bromance that already exists between Boban and his buddy Tobias.

The duo has been hilarious in its days together with the Los Angeles Clippers and it is already continuing that tradition here in Philadelphia.

Boban shared an Instagram story, with the location tagged as Philadelphia, with music from "Rocky" playing as Tobias ran up and down some steps. He's probably just practicing for a trip to the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the coming days.

"@tobiasharris is ready!!!" said Boban's caption with multiple exclamation points.

For his part, Tobias shared a video of Boban with the background music being Bill Withers' "Ain't No Sunshine" with a big smile on Boban's face.

In addition to their fun Instagram stories, Boban posted some muscle-arm emojis in response to the Sixers' Twitter account welcoming him to Philly. And Tobias posted a photo of himself and Joel Embiid with a lovely caption:

Excited for this new opportunity with the @sixers, let's get to work and bring another championship to Philadelphia. #TrustTheProcess

Their new teammate, Ben Simmons, is in a mood as well. He said as much on Insta and re-shared one of Bobi and Tobi's greatest dancing hits:

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Mood 😂😂

A post shared by Benjamin Simmons (@bensimmons) on Feb 6, 2019 at 12:45pm PST

I just can't wait until these guys meet T.J. McConnell. #TrustTheFriendship2point0

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