Dallas Mavericks: Dwight Powell talks his rehab and the bubble

Dallas Mavericks Dwight Powell (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)
Dallas Mavericks Dwight Powell (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images) /

Dallas Mavericks big man Dwight Powell discusses his rehab and the bubble

The Dallas Mavericks are in the midst of training camp 2.0 in Orlando. Their first full team workout since the suspension happened on July 10. The Mavs have had one off day since as they ramp up towards the restart.

Fans are enjoying the content galore from the bubble. They have seen the Mavericks fishing, golfing, and spending time together. Supporters have also enjoyed the Luka Doncic trick shots from Orlando. See his half-court make from July 15 here.

The Mavericks will be without Dwight Powell on the court in the restart. He is still recovering from his Achilles surgery in January. Powell hopes to be ready to play on the opening night of the 2020-2021 season. The 28-year-old joined his teammates in Orlando, though. Find out why here.

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Dwight Powell talks about his rehab and why he traveled to Disney World with the Dallas Mavericks

Powell met with the media for the first time in Orlando on July 16. He was asked about his rehab and why he decided to come to Orlando despite not being able to play. Hear his answer below.

Powell will play an important role for the Mavs. His leadership, work ethic, and ability to connect with teammates are going to help in the playoffs. Expect Powell to make an impact on the young Mavericks during the team’s biggest games.

The 28-year-old will be back and playing an important role on the court next season. Fans should expect him to continue being an elite roll man for the Mavs.

It has been fantastic to see Powell working out and supporting his teammates in Orlando. Fans will see more from him inside the bubble at Disney World. Stay tuned for all the latest including analysis on the Dallas Mavericks when the games begin for real on July 31.

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