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A few years ago, the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks were in the middle of a season when they were forced to sell the team’s entire training facility to pay for a $150 million expansion project.

In that time, the team and NBA Commissioner Adam Silver were trying to develop a strategy to turn the franchise around.

It wasn’t just the building; the entire team, the players, and the organization were on the brink of financial ruin.

But as the Mavericks prepared for their first season in the new facility, the owners, a group led by billionaire Mark Cuban, realized that they could use the facility to help turn around the franchise, according to a new book by writer Michael Lewis.

The team began a major renovation of the facility, but the plan was ultimately scrapped due to the financial difficulties of the project.

Now, the Mavericks are hoping that a new plan, spearheaded by former NBA general manager Ernie Grunfeld, will help the franchise to avoid the same fate.

The Mavericks have been in the market for a new practice facility in the past few years, but nothing had materialized.

They needed something to help the team stay relevant.

That’s where former general manager Tom Gores came in.

“We wanted to make a difference, to get us out of the doldrums,” Gores told The Associated Press last year.

The Mavs were hoping to build a practice facility with the intention of playing basketball at the new venue, which they planned to open in 2020.

The facility was meant to be the biggest facility in North America, with seating for 40,000 fans and a practice floor of up to 6,000.

But it never materialized, according, and since then the team has been searching for a solution to its financial woes.

It has had to look elsewhere for a place to play.

As Gores put it in an interview with ESPN.com, the Mav.s have tried to do the “most charitable thing you can possibly do for a team that’s in a precarious position financially, that’s under financial pressure.”

But the new plan will be different than the old one.

The plan will require the Makers to sell its training facility.

The deal will require Gores and the team to put a large portion of their profits into the new project.

The new plan also requires the team, which is owned by the owners for the first time in 20 years, to build the new practice floor with private financing.

The entire facility will be leased to the Masons.

In exchange, the new Masons plan to donate 10 percent of their revenue to the city of Dubuque and its residents.

“The Mav is in the business of being a positive influence on the lives of our citizens and we have a responsibility to do that,” Gomes said.

“I think this is a way for us to build on what Ernie Gores has done for us, the city, the community, and then take it to a whole new level.”

The Masons hope that the new deal will create a foundation for the team.

“When you’re in this business, you don’t want to be at a place where you’re just doing the best you can,” Gives said.

The foundation for Gores new plan is simple: the Mamas will donate a portion of every revenue stream from the new arena to the local economy.

The money will be used to build programs that benefit the community.

“There’s a whole host of different programs that are going to be created,” Gowers said.

One of the programs is a new soccer academy, which will offer soccer-related scholarships and other opportunities for the young players to grow up and play professionally.

“In order to build this new facility and bring this new product to the community and to our community, we need to help that community,” Goras said.

But that doesn’t mean the Mams are completely out of pocket.

The city of North Dubuques is set to receive $1 million in city bonds that will help fund the project, and they will also be contributing $1.1 million towards the $15 million in repairs to the arena.

“It’s important that we have the infrastructure in place for a long-term future, but at the same time, we also want to keep this team here and be successful,” Gomas said.

While the team hopes to bring the new facilities into the city as soon as 2019, the plan is still in the early stages.

Gores is hoping that the foundation is a success and the new effort can begin in the near future.

“Hopefully it’ll get a lot of traction, but we’ll have to wait and see,” Gors said.