Dallas Mavericks: Help support Dwight Powell and his foundation

Dallas Mavericks Dwight Powell (Photo by Hector Vivas/Getty Images)
Dallas Mavericks Dwight Powell (Photo by Hector Vivas/Getty Images) /

Dallas Mavericks: Help support Dwight Powell and his foundation

The Dallas Mavericks were a better team with Dwight Powell on the floor this season. Their offensive rating was 116.3 with a defensive rating of 107.4, according to NBA Stats. That 8.9 net rating over the full season would have finished second behind only the Milwaukee Bucks.

Powell was the starter and primary roll man for Luka Doncic when healthy. The stats may not be eye-popping, but the 29-year-old plays his role well. He brings the Mavs efficiency on both ends of the floor. Powell happily plays his role. That is what made his Achilles injury so devastating. Hopefully, he will be back and ready to produce on opening night next season. Fans can read more about his potential role here.

Fans know Powell is always giving back too. He was recently one of two Mavs nominated for the 2020 NBA Community Assist Award. DP has his latest project to help others. Let us take a look at how you can get involved.

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How Dallas Mavericks fans can help support Dwight Powell and his foundation

As most fans know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. That topic hits close to home for Powell because he lost his mother to breast cancer. The Mavericks big man is partnering with Park Land Pantry to raise money for his foundation. Anyone can buy a flower and some granola with the profits going to Powell’s foundation. Here is the link where fans can check it out.

Everyone should consider doing it to support Dwight Powell and his foundation. It is just the latest way the 29-year-old is giving back to the Dallas community. Hopefully, he can raise a lot of money and help multiple families get through trying times.

Expect to see Dwight Powell continuing to find ways to help out. He may be the Dallas Mavericks player most committed to service. It is refreshing to see how much Powell cares about others in the community. Keep it up DP!

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