Dallas Mavericks: A Tim Hardaway Jr. dunk to get fans excited for Orlando

Dallas Mavericks Tim Hardaway Jr. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)
Dallas Mavericks Tim Hardaway Jr. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images) /

Dallas Mavericks wing Tim Hardaway Jr. throws down a monster dunk to excite fans for the NBA’s restart

The Dallas Mavericks are just beginning to ramp up. They have only had individual workouts so far. The team will arrive in Orlando on July 8. They have to quarantine and have two negative virus tests before being allowed to practice. The Mavs are hoping to have their first full-team practice since March on Friday.

Fans should be getting excited. So far, no Mavericks have tested positive for the novel coronavirus. They appear healthy and ready to get things going in Orlando. The Mavericks start off with an important seeding game against the Houston Rockets on July 31. Expect coach Rick Carlisle to have the team prepared to hit the ground running.

Supporters that need a bit of extra excitement should look no further. Tim Hardaway Jr. threw down a monster windmill dunk that will get your blood flowing.

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Dallas Mavericks guard Tim Hardaway Jr. dunks up the excitement for Orlando

See THJ’s impressive slam from July 6 below.

That is one of many reasons Mavs fans should be excited about the NBA’s restart. The organization will snap their playoff drought. Luka Doncic should be in top form in Orlando. Kristaps Porzingis will be playing without restrictions for the first time with the Mavericks. Fans can read why the Unicorn is going to be unstoppable here. Hardaway Jr. and the rest of the team will be locked in to help Dallas make a playoff run.

The NBA’s Disney World restart is a one of a kind event. Nobody knows how teams will fare playing without fans in the bubble environment. It is bound to produce some fireworks. The young Dallas Mavericks could be the surprise team in Orlando. Fans should certainly tune in to find out.

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