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Dallas Mavericks will have to make some tough decisions on rotations, when the team gets back healthy. As several other teams in the league, Dallas had to face adversity due to COVID-19.

Over the last four games with replacement players constituting almost half the roster, Dallas has showcased improvement, while they won two games and lost two to title contenders (Utah, Milwaukee).

(via Dallas Morning News):

“Our owner has said it best a couple days ago: We’re going to have hard decisions to make when we become healthy, and so that’s up to Cuban and [general manager] Nico [Harrison] to figure out who’s going to be in those uniforms going forward,” Jason Kidd said.

Kristaps Porzingis was dominant against the Blazers registering a season-high 34 points, nine rebounds, five assists, two blocks and two steals in 32 minutes.

Six players are nearing the end of their COVID-19 isolations including Luka Doncic. With what we heard from Jason Kidd, the Mavericks could be in to make some moves as we’re approaching to the middle of the season.

Dallas is close to .500 with a 16-17 record, which is ranked as the 7th best in the Western Conference.