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Mavs’ game vs. Pelicans postponed as NBA grapples with COVID-19 schedule disruptions – The Dallas Morning News

The Mavericks’ game Monday night against the Pelicans in American Airlines Center has been postponed because of COVID-19 related issues, the league…

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The Mavericks game Monday night against the Pelicans in American Airlines Center has been postponed because of COVID-19 related issues, the league announced Monday morning.
The Mavericks, as of Sunday night, had four players quarantined because of health and safety protocols: Josh Richardson, Dorian Finney-Smith and Jalen Brunson, who remain in Denver, and Maxi Kleber. Dallas closed its practice facility Sunday after Klebers test results.
The Mavericks wouldve had at least eight players available…

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