The Mavericks are the latest NBA team to announce a partnership with a jersey sponsor, announcing today in a press release that they’ve teamed up with Dallas-based company 5miles for a uniform patch. The two sides agreed to a three-year deal. As the Mavericks’ announcement details, 5miles is “a free, local marketplace app/website that lets users buy and sell, not only secondhand items, but also local services, housing and jobs.” The company’s partnership with the Mavs comes not long after a Sports Illustrated report revealed a history of alleged workplace misconduct within the team’s business offices. However, 5miles had nothing but praise for owner Mark Cuban and the Mavs’ organization in the wake of today’s news, per Brad Townsend of The Dallas Morning News.
Mavs Announce Deal For Jersey Sponsorship
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