Feature of the Week: Dallas Mavs Dancer Amber

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Photo Credit: Greg Woodson


Mavs Fanatic Feature of the Week—Being an MFFL is something to be proud of. It’s a community of hardcore Mavericks fans dedicated to one thing and one thing only: supporting the Dallas Mavericks. MFFL’s are a tight-knit group that have long been recognized as one of the best fan bases in the NBA. Each week we’ll feature key individuals that help drive the MFFL community, including fans, writers, Mavericks’ staff and dancers brought to you by staff writer Michael Lark.


About

Hometown: Sacramento, California.

Birthday: January 28.

Occupation/Area of Study: IT Project Management.

Tenure: 3rd Year Dallas Mavericks Dancer.


Favorites

Mavs player: Dirk Nowitzki.

Movie: White Chicks.

Music: Hip-hop/R&B.

Food: Pasta.

Dance icon: Janet Jackson set the bar!

Holiday: Christmas, it’s the most wonderful time of the year! Perfect song lyric!

Quote: I love to honor the Golden Rule which is to treat others the way you want to be treated.

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Photo Credit: Michael Lark


Fun Facts

Three words to describe me: Ambitious, Authentic, and Affectionate… all A’s!

What was your favorite TV show growing up? Fresh Prince of Bel Air.

What is your guilty pleasure? I love eating the most greasy and fattening foods!

What is your favorite dance style? I’ve always been moved by the contemporary style of dance, but I personally love to perform hip-hop more.

If you looked in my trunk you would find: A packet of Mavs Dancers posters, ready to be signed. 

Name something you would only do once in your lifetime: Sky Diving.

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Photo Credit:Dominic Ceraldi

What three items would you take with you on a deserted island? My dog, my laptop, and my Uggs.

What are three items you can’t leave home without? My cell phone, my carmex, and my Victoria Secrets spray.

When you turn on your computer, what’s the first website you visit?  YouTube.

What actress would play you in your life story? Logan Browning.

During the offseason I… Work out, do aerial fitness, and try to take on a new hobby.

My advice to young dancers: Enjoy family, fun, and friendships, but don’t forget to live everyday becoming 2% better. Whether it’s flexibility, style diversity, choreography intake, technical strengthening, or physical fitness, be sure to invest in yourself to progress in an area that gets you that much closer to your dreams.

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Photo Credit:Dominic Ceraldi
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