Dallas Mavericks have first full-team practice in Orlando

Dallas Mavericks Luka Doncic (Photo by Zhong Zhi/Getty Images)
Dallas Mavericks Luka Doncic (Photo by Zhong Zhi/Getty Images) /

Dallas Mavericks have first full-team workout in Orlando

The Dallas Mavericks arrived in Orlando on July 8. They had to quarantine and test negative for the novel coronavirus twice before being allowed to practice. With that passed, training camp 2.0 has officially begun.

The Mavericks were doing individual workouts at their practice facility. Those became mandatory on July 1. The players were happy to be back on the court. Fans can see Luka Doncic being all smiles here. Returning to full team practice was something everyone wanted, though.

Friday evening was their first one in four months. Let us take a closer look.

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Dallas Mavericks have first full-team practice in Orlando

Luka Doncic and his teammates were spotted getting up shots. The teams are practicing inside a ballroom at Disney World. It is certainly a different look. See them shooting below.


Fans also got a more in-depth look courtesy of the Mavericks. Check it out here.


It was the first one in preparation for the season’s restart. Things will ramp up fast in Orlando. The Mavs have their first scrimmage on July 23. Games that count kick off on July 31 as they face the Houston Rockets. The Mavericks are building towards the playoffs. The first eight games are a chance to set their rotation and move up in the standings.

NBA Disney will certainly be a unique experience. The Mavs won’t have their family and friends in Orlando until the second round of the playoffs. That means they need to get comfortable hanging out and spending time together. It should be no issue as the Mavericks are a tight-knit team. That could become one of their biggest advantages in Orlando.

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