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Dallas Mavericks Details

With a franchise history dating back to 1980, the Dallas Mavericks have been one of the premier teams in the NBA for large chunks of their existence. The team has had a number of NBA greats put on the Mavericks uniform, and have been involved in some memorable moments in the history of the league as well.

Of course, you cannot talk about the Dallas Mavericks without talking about the legend of Dirk Nowitzki. From Germany, Nowitzki has gone down as one of the best international players to ever take part in NBA competition. His ability to score from multiple areas on the court made him near-impossible to guard, and his trademark one-footed fadeaway has given many defenders nightmares.

Nowitzki has a league MVP award to his name from his time with the Mavs, but his real crowning achievement was winning the 2011 NBA Finals with the Mavericks. That championship came by defeating the Miami Heat, in the first year that LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh were all on one team. While the Heat went into the series as favorites, Nowitzki played lights out and, with big contributions from players like Jason Terry and JJ Barea, shocked the basketball world as the Mavericks cashed in on one of the most successful eras in franchise history with a title.

Several Hall of Fame players have been a part of the Mavericks during their careers, but the team's ability to develop point guard talent had a ripple effect across the rest of the league. With Jason Kidd and Steve Nash both spending time in Dallas before going to other teams and eventually dominating the league with their ability to distribute the ball, the Mavericks had two of the best point guards of all-time on their roster within the same era of the game.

When it comes to rivalries, the in-state competition between the Mavericks, San Antonio Spurs, and Houston Rockets has been exceptional. The heated competition between three teams that are normally in contention in the Western Conference has made for compelling basketball.

The Mavericks share the American Airlines Center with the NHL’s Dallas Stars.

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When do Mavericks playoff tickets go on sale?

If the Mavericks make the postseason, playoff tickets should go on sale shortly after, typically in April. Be sure to sign up for an account so you can get alerts about Mavericks playoff tickets!

Dallas Mavericks schedule

For the Dallas Mavericks, and the rest of the NBA, the regular season starts in the month of October. From there, the Mavs will play their 82 regular season games, which wrap up in April each season. If the Mavericks are able to obtain a top-eight spot in the Western Conference, they will qualify for the playoffs, which take place from April to June, depending on how far the team goes.

How much do Mavericks tickets cost?

The average resale ticket price for a Mavericks home game is a reasonable $65. Keep in mind, though, that ticket prices can vary based on where in the arena you are sitting, as seats closer to the court tend to be more expensive than those in the upper levels.

When do the Mavericks play the Spurs?

Since they are in the same division within the Western Conference, the Mavericks and Spurs get several attempts to defeat one another in the regular season. And given the history of both teams, meetings in the playoffs are never out of the question either.

Dallas Mavericks Top Matchups

The Dallas Mavericks have a number of exciting matchups this season, see below for their top rivalries.