The Dallas Mavericks are back to work after the second straight shortened offseason. Superstar Luka Doncic led his country to the Olympic semifinals this summer making his downtime even shorter, but the Mavs are ready and excited for the new season.
New head coach Jason Kidd has added some energy. He is valuing communication, chemistry, and accountability while changing up some schemes in his first season at the helm. Multiple players talked about Kidd’s impact during media day, and the entire organization is excited about what the team can accomplish this year.
Fans can get their first look at the 2021-2022 Mavericks on Sunday with the team’s annual Fan Jam. Here is a look at why the open practice will be a cannot miss event.
Dallas Mavericks Fan Jam will be must watch event
Fan Jam takes place on Sunday, Oct. 3 at 1 p.m. CT. It will be supporters' first chance to see how Kidd is changing things. The practice is free to the public, but they must adhere to the COVID protocols. There will be a ton of fun events, plus the team will likely scrimmage.
If you are a Mavericks fan outside the Dallas area, the team plans to stream the event. It will be the first chance to see what Luka Doncic added this summer and to examine the Mavs fresh defensive scheme. Supporters should also be watching Kristaps Porzingis closely to see how healthy he looks and how his role is changing under coach Kidd. The Mavs will take a lot more mid-range shots, but figure to still be an elite offense.
There is a ton of intrigue and excitement about the Dallas Mavericks this season. The coaching changes coupled with roster additions have the organization believing they can be title contenders. Fans will get their first look on Sunday afternoon, so do not miss a second of the action.