Mavs HC Jason Kidd Enters COVID Protocols


DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - The Dallas Mavericks have been one of the hardest hit franchises in the NBA in terms of the league's COVID-19 health and safety protocols, and on Friday, those issues continued in a big way.

According to a report from NBA insider Marc Stein, Mavericks head coach Jason Kidd has become the next member of the franchise to enter health and safety protocols.

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Kidd is now the 13th NBA coach to enter COVID protocols this season, and will miss the Mavs Friday night matchup with the Houston Rockets.

In place of Kidd, Mavs assistant coach Sean Sweeney will coach the team against Houston.

The Mavs roster has been arguably the most devastated in the league by health and safety protocols, with Kristaps Porzingis being the most recent casuatly.

As a result of their COVID issues, the Mavs have had to field a league-high 24 players this season.

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