Dallas Mavericks: How the latest news impacts the team in Orlando
By Tyler Watts
Dallas Mavericks: How the latest news impacts them in Orlando
The Dallas Mavericks depart for Disney World on July 8. It is the next step in their preparation for the season’s restart. The Mavs have to quarantine and produce two negative tests before they are allowed to start training camp 2.0. Friday will be the first full-team practice since the NBA’s suspension in March.
Things will progress quickly from there. The Mavericks have three scrimmages starting on July 23 against Lakers. Then, they play eight seeding games. Those are key as Dallas attempts to move up in the standings. Finally, the playoffs begin with four rounds seven-game series. Dallas has a spot virtually locked up.
The games are going to intensify quickly, but they’ll be ready. Luka Doncic is preparing to lead the Mavericks into the postseason. The 21-year-old will be healthy and is known for his fast starts. Fans can read why he is going to be the NBA’s best player in Orlando here.
Dallas Mavericks preparing for NBA Disney: How news impacts them
The Mavericks will be without four players for the restart. Dwight Powell, Jalen Brunson, and Courtney Lee are out with injuries. Willie Cauley-Stein opted out of playing. The Mavs signed Trey Burke to fill in. Everybody else should be healthy heading into training camp 2.0.
Teams began arriving in Orlando on July 7. That means plenty of news broke around the league. Here is a look at how all the top stories impact the Dallas Mavericks in the season’s restart.
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