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The Dallas Mavericks shut down their practice facility on Sunday after a second positive coronavirus test.
ESPN’s Tim MacMahon reported the development, stating that Maxi Kleber, who has tested positive, will begin self-isolating.
The Mavs’ practice facility has been shut down after the team’s second positive test in three days, sources said. Maxi Kleber started self-isolation this morning. Jalen Brunson, Dorian Finney-Smith and Josh Richardson still quarantining in Denver. Contact tracing being done now.
— Tim MacMahon (@espn_macmahon) January 10, 2021
In addition, 3 other players are still quarantining in Denver.
Not having a bubble is one of the biggest challenges of the league in pushing through with an entirely new season.
While there have been some issues recently, the league remains adamant the season will finish.
Some venues have already accepted a limited number of fans per game day.
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