Dallas Mavericks: Mark Followill offers this week’s motivation

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Dallas Mavericks voice Mark Followill offers motivation

Dallas Mavericks fans should be optimistic about basketball matters. It appears the NBA is readying for a return. Fans know they suspended play on March 11 because of the novel coronavirus. Talks are intensifying about the resumption plans. That means the Mavs will get their crack in the playoffs and a champion will be crowned in 2020. For the latest information click here.

Hopefully, supporters are staying busy while they wait. Please be smart and safe during the pandemic. Continue to listen to public health guidelines so things can return to normal as quickly as possible.

Dallas Mavericks fans receive motivation from Mark Followill

Everyone could likely use a bit of motivation right now. Mavs play-by-play voice Mark Followill has supporters covered with uplifting words for the week.


It is a fantastic message from Followill. Fans should go out and get things kicked off this week. Tackle a project at home or find something new that interests you. I have been working on my cooking skills. They are still not where I want them to be, but I continue plugging away trying to improve.

He closes with a fantastic thought about points of view. Stay positive. Look at every situation as an opportunity where you can succeed. It may be difficult, but there is always a way to make the best of it. Make that happen this week.

It will be fantastic to see the Mavericks back on the court. That is not going to happen until at least July, though. Stay positive and busy during that stretch. Remember to exercise and enjoy time with your immediate family. Make the best of this situation. It is an opportunity too.

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