Dallas Mavericks celebrate Father’s Day in a variety of ways

Dallas Mavericks celebrate Father’s Day

The Dallas Mavericks will begin ramping up for NBA Orlando this week. Novel coronavirus testing starts on Tuesday. Players will also be allowed to practice in small groups. Those numbers continue ramping up as the Mavs get closer to departing for Disney World. Training camp 2.0 does not officially begin until they arrive in Orlando.

The restart plan in place is perfect for the Mavericks. They have a playoff spot virtually locked up but get eight games to move up in the Western Conference standings. Dallas could avoid the Clippers in the first round. Fans can read more about why the plan suits the Mavs here.

Before things ramp up, they took Sunday to celebrate Father’s Day. Let us take a look at what was shared on social media.

Dallas Mavericks celebrate Father’s Day

The Mavs official Twitter put out a post giving props to all the dads out there. Fans can see it below.

Courtney Lee took some time to share his thoughts on what it means to be a dad.

Fans also spotted Seth Curry playing golf with his father on Sunday. Both are excellent golfers. No word on who had the better round on Father’s Day.

The J.J. Barea Foundation put out an Instagram post celebrating all the dads out there. Fans can see that here.

Tim Hardaway Jr. also posted a throwback picture on him and as father on his Instagram story.

Hopefully, it was a special day for you too. Wishing the best to all the fathers out there.

Dallas Mavericks supporters should be feeling the excitement already. The NBA’s restart is still over a month away, but basketball will soon be back. The Mavs are looking to break through and prove that their number one offense is no fluke in the postseason. Do not be surprised to see them exceed expectations. The Mavericks have done that all season, so why stop now?