Theo Pinson helped the Dallas Mavericks release their schedule with a hilarious video

Dallas Mavericks, Theo Pinson
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The Dallas Mavericks signed Theo Pinson in Dec. 2021 as the team was dealing with a COVID outbreak. They needed healthy bodies, and Pinson was lighting it up in the G League. Nobody expected him to turn that 10-deal into a multi-year partnership, but Pinson defied the odds.

Pinson was on a two-way contract last season, which made him ineligible for the playoffs, but that did not stop him from making an impact. The bench was fined three times during the postseason, and Pinson was leading that charge. The 6’5 wing became a cheerleader, distractor, and coach as the Mavericks reached the conference finals.

Pinson earned a deal on the Mavs' 15-man regular season roster this season because of his impact in the locker room. He improved the team’s chemistry and gave them a boost from the bench. The Mavericks took full advantage by using Pinson to help them unveil the 2022-2023 regular season schedule, which released on Aug. 17.

Theo Pinson helped the Dallas Mavericks release their schedule with a hilarious video

Teams across the NBA put out videos assisting with the schedule release, and the Mavs did not disappoint by using Pinson as an art director to show off the games. Fans can check it out below.

Pinson and his puppies are sure to bring the laughs, and fans can see the full 2022-2023 Mavericks regular season schedule here. There are plenty of must-see games, including the season-opener as Dallas travels to Phoenix to face the Suns in a postseason rematch.

Theo Pinson is looking to take a step forward on the basketball court this season. He plans on earning a rotation role during training camp. If he does not, fans can still expect him to make a massive impact off the bench as he keeps his team fired up and engaged during the long regular season. What will Theo Pinson do next? Stay tuned to The Smoking Cuban for all the latest.

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