With news circulating that the NBA season could be restarted soon, teams around the league begin to prepare, including the Dallas Mavericks. They announced on Wednesday that they would open their practice facility on May 28(Thursday).
The NBA season was suspended on March 11 after players from the Utah Jazz tested positive for COVID-19.
Here is a statement from the Mavericks on the reopening of their practice facility:
The Dallas Mavericks, in compliance with NBA guidance and working closely with team medical professionals, will open their practice facility for voluntary player workouts beginning Thursday, May 28.
Mavericks players may choose to access the practice facility as per protocols established by the NBA and local health officials.
The safety of our players, staff and community is the organization’s top priority. The Mavericks continue to adhere to public health and NBA guidelines to protect players and staff and to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.