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COVID-19 Resurgence Hits Mavs, Sports World Again

COACH JASON KIDD
Dallas Mavericks head coach Jason Kidd poses for a portrait during the Dallas Mavericks media day, Monday, September 27, 2021, at American Airlines Center in Dallas.(Jeffrey McWhorter / Special Contributor- DALLAS MORNING NEWS)

COVID-19 – which never really went away – is back in full force with a new variant that is raging through families, cities, towns, states and unfortunately the locker rooms of professional sports franchises yet again.

Here at home, four Dallas Mavericks players and two assistant coaches have entered the NBA’s COVID-19 health and safety protocols.

Maxi Kleber, Tim Hardaway Jr., Reggie Bullock and Josh Green all missed Tuesday’s home game at American Airlines Center against the Minnesota Timberwolves. Also in the protocols are assistant coaches Darrell Armstrong and Jared Dudley.

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Dorothy Gentry is the sports editor for the Texas Metro News.

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