The Dallas Mavericks have long been among the most influential figures in the league, and their influence on the sport of basketball has only grown over the years.
Since its inception, the Mavericks have won an NBA title three times and have been a part of a host of successful franchises.
As the Dallas Mavericks continue to expand their reach into the world of sports, they’ve also embraced the idea of what they’ve dubbed “Vision Sports Club.”
Now, the vision behind Vision Sports Club is set to come to fruition in 2018, with the Mavericks making the move to the National Basketball Association.
The move to expand to the NBA will help the team continue to push its vision of “Vision” as well as the Dallas-based company’s ongoing commitment to helping other organizations reach their vision.
“It’s not just for the Mavericks,” said Jason Leinhart, CEO of Vision Sports Clubs.
“It’s for our entire company.”
Leinhart explained that Vision Sports clubs has already expanded in the United States, and the team is now looking to the Dallas area as well.
Vision Sports will be partnering with the city of Dallas to create a new facility, which will allow them to showcase their brand to the fans.
“Dallas is a great city, and we’re looking to add another new facility in 2018,” Leinham said.
“I think the Dallas market is really poised for growth, so we think we have the right location.”
According to Vision Sports, the company is hoping to open their new facility by early 2018, and that the franchise will soon be moving to the new facility.
The Mavericks, meanwhile, will continue to build upon their already successful vision of what the company has dubbed “the NBA of the future,” which Leinhardt described as “the next level of innovation.”
“The vision of Vision is really something that we feel very passionate about,” Leenhart said.
“The Mavericks have been working to build on that vision for a long time.
They are constantly trying to make the best product possible, and now we’re getting to the point where we’re just really excited to start building on that.”