The Dallas Mavericks used a total team effort to top the Sacramento Kings on Halloween. Superstar Luka Doncic led the way with 23-point double-double, but multiple players stepped up without Kristaps Porzingis in the lineup to push Dallas to 4-2 through their first six games.
It has been an uneven start for the Mavs on the offensive end of the floor. They are currently 27th in offensive rating, but new head coach Jason Kidd’s emphasis on defense has saved Dallas on multiple occasions. The Mavs are still ironing out their spacing and have struggled to knock down shots, so fans should expect their play to improve.
The NBA unveiled all 30 City Edition uniforms on Monday morning. Here is a look at the Mavericks' fresh fit, and when they will wear them.
Mavericks officially unveil City Edition uniform for 2021-2022 season
The Mavs will be rocking white and bringing back the green in this year’s City Edition uniform as the NBA celebrates its 75th anniversary. Fans can get a look at Tim Hardaway Jr. wearing it here. There is a ton of detail in it, including the Dallas skyline on the waistband. Supporters need to see this uniform.
The Mavericks will wear this year’s City Edition uniforms for the first time on Nov. 6 when they host the Boston Celtics. Fans can also enjoy it for the second time on Nov. 15 when Dallas hosts the Denver Nuggets. Fans can see what uniform the Mavs are wearing in every game here.
Fans should be excited about the Dallas Mavericks. Luka Doncic is not playing his best, and the team has still won four of their first six games. Kristaps Porzingis has missed three of those contests too. The best is still yet to come from the 2021-2022 Mavs, and fans should keep tuning in to enjoy it all.