Dallas Mavericks: Maxi Kleber caught a massive fish in Orlando

Dallas Mavericks Maxi Kleber (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)
Dallas Mavericks Maxi Kleber (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images) /

Dallas Mavericks big man Maxi Kleber shows off his impressive catch

The Dallas Mavericks are embracing the NBA’s restart. They arrived in Orlando on July 8. The Mavs had to quarantine for two days as they passed novel coronavirus tests. Maxi Kleber and Dwight Powell decided to DJ for their teammates while they couldn’t leave their rooms.

That was just the beginning of the Mavericks fun in Orlando. Luka Doncic has been showing off his trick shot game at practice. The team has also enjoyed fishing in their downtime. Fans can see what Luka, Boban Marjanovic, Delon Wright, and Tim Hardaway Jr. caught during the team’s off-day on Monday.

Maxi Kleber took to the waters on July 14 and reeled in an impressive catch that fans have to see.

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Dallas Mavericks big man Maxi Kleber catches massive fish in Orlando

Kleber spent the off-day golfing with Dwight Powell and others. He hit the waters on Tuesday. Check out the fish he reeled in here.

That is in competition with Luka’s catch from Monday for the biggest fish anyone on the Mavericks has caught. Expect to see plenty more fishing tales from Orlando. The team appears to be enjoying it in their downtime.

Kleber is going to play an important role on the court too. With Willie Cauley-Stein opting out, the Mavs are light on big men in Orlando. Expect Kleber to average close to 30 minutes per game. His ability to stretch the floor, protect the rim, and defend on the perimeter gives coach Rick Carlisle a unique option to turn to in any situation. Kleber will be a key piece for Dallas in Orlando.

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