NBA Dallas Mavericks Basketball
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Facial recognition security at the entrance, special lighting to enhance alertness, and fortified oxygenation to keep the air as clean as humanly possible.

These are just some of the state-of-the-art additions to the Dallas Mavericks’ remodeled locker room and training facility unveiled Saturday afternoon at American Airlines Center.

Mavs owner Mark Cuban helped show off the new digs, that includes special aroma therapy enhancements in the air conditioning to reflect the mood and time of day, say, pregame or postgame.

“I’m always about trying to get an edge, anything to help the Mavs win,” said Cuban, who didn’t divulge the costs of the renovations. “It wasn’t just about the equipment and the training room. It was about what else can be done to give ourselves a competitive advantage.”