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Five years since the Dallas Mavericks claimed their first-ever NBA Championship behind superstar Dirk Nowitzki, the boys in blue are going after it again. Mark Cuban has retooled his team for 2015, placing an assortment of dangerous new weapons around his German sharpshooter including star point guard Deron Williams, three-point threat Wesley Matthews and athletic big man JaVale McGee. With shooting guard Chandler Parsons returning, as well as an assortment of playoff-tested veterans, the Mavs are in line to make another strong run in what’s sure to be an ultra-competitive Western Conference. Mavs Fans For Life—claim your Dallas Mavericks tickets for American Airlines Center today! The best seats in the house are on sale now for the all 41 Dallas Mavericks home games, and Razorgator’s your source for great prices every day!
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Mon May 02 TBD NBA Western Conference Semifinals: Spurs at Mavericks - HG 1 (If Nec. - Date TBD) American Airlines Center-TX
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Thu May 19 TBD NBA Western Conference Finals: TBD at Mavericks - HG 1 (If Nec. - Date TBD) American Airlines Center-TX
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Fri May 20 TBD NBA Western Conference Finals: TBD at Mavericks - HG 2 (If Nec. - Date TBD) American Airlines Center-TX
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Thu Jun 02 TBD NBA Finals: TBD at Mavericks - HG 1 (If Nec. - Date TBD) American Airlines Center-TX
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Dallas Fighting for Third Straight Playoff Trip
As a franchise, the Dallas Mavericks have only missed out on the playoffs once since 1999. As Dirk Nowitzki enters his twilight years, he’s clearly not looking to ride off peacefully into the sunset. The Mavs are clinging to the sixth spot in an ultra-competitive Western Conference, tied for seventh and just four games from missing the postseason entirely. If you’re looking for cheap Dallas Mavericks tickets to follow the chase, Razorgator has you covered.

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Dallas must fend off a handful of potential contenders the rest of the way, including the Sacramento Kings this week at home. Get your discount tickets as low as $5 today, and add your voice to the thousands of Mavs Fans For Life at the American Airlines Center!

Dallas Mavericks 2015-2016 News and Updates

The Dallas Mavericks went into game five trailing the series 1-3 against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Mark Cuban, the Mavericks owner, was quick to say that Russell Westbrook is a good player, but isn’t a superstar. This was quickly proven wrong during the game on April 25 when Westbrook scored a whopping 36 points, snagged 12 rebounds and nine assists. This was enough and more to beat the Mavericks 118-104 and kick them out of the playoffs. Since the Mavericks are out of the path toward the championship, you will have to catch them live next season. Get your tickets as soon as they are up for grabs so you don’t miss your chance.
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The Dallas Mavericks ended their regular season with a loss against state rival the Spurs on April 13. The Spurs sat their starters in preparation for the playoffs, and the Mavericks started out strong, going into halftime ahead by 18 points. However, they were unable to retain the lead and lost 96-91. Raymond Felton led the team in scoring with 22 points. The Mavericks face the Thunder in the first round of playoffs. The first two games on the 16 and 18 will be in Oklahoma City, and the Mavericks host game 3 and 4 and April 21 and 23. You still have a chance to get tickets to see the playoff action in person, with prices starting at $29.

If the playoffs were to occur tomorrow, the Dallas Mavericks would barely be making postseason play with their 35 wins and 35 losses. There are still a few games left in the season and they have their competition cut out for them in order to secure a spot in the playoffs. The Utah Jazz are trailing the Mavericks by only one win and one loss and could easily take the last and final position for the playoffs. Unfortunately, the Mavericks have lost their last five of seven games and seem to be in a slump offensively. On Sunday, March 20 the Mavericks were finally able to come up with the win against the Portland Trail Blazers. Watch the Mavericks hit the court again against the Trail Blazers on Wednesday, March 23. Grab your tickets today before it's too late to catch all of the action live.

3/16/16 - The Dallas Mavericks have had a rough month. They started off March with a bang by defeating the Orlando Magic, but it all went downhill from there. The Mavericks lost the next five games in a row, four of which were at home. Luckily, the Mavericks were able to pull out of that losing slump when they tipped off against the Charlotte Hornets. The Hornets are one of the best teams in the league so the win didn’t come easily. The final score ended at 107-96. See this exciting team play live again on Wednesday, March 16 against the best team in the East, the Cleveland Cavaliers. Tickets are still up for grabs and start at $24 apiece.

2/9/16 - The Dallas Mavericks aren’t on good terms with the month of February thus far. They have only been able to pull off one win in their last five games and have faced some tough losses. Tuesday night was one of those rough endings. The Mavericks led against the Utah Jazz for a good chunk of the game until the Jazz rallied back in the fourth quarter to send the two teams into overtime. It all came down to the final seconds of the game and Hayward from the Jazz hit a buzzer beater three-point jumper for the win. See if the Mavericks can recover when you purchase your tickets for their upcoming game against the Orlando Magic.

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2/2/16 - The Dallas Mavericks were just getting their momentum back, but it looks like they might be struggling again. On January 29th, they returned to Dallas for two quick games against the Brooklyn Nets and the Phoenix Suns. The Mavericks scored 91 points in both games, winning them both. Unfortunately, they returned to the road for just one more away game against the Atlanta Hawks and it looks like it was too much for the Mavericks. They took a loss and were unable to regain their momentum for their February 3rd home game against the Miami Heat. They will be having another away game, but the Mavericks will be back soon to host the Utah Jazz on February 9th.

1/26/16 - The Dallas Mavericks narrowly beat the Lakers when they played on the 26. The Mavericks outscored the Lakers 32-25 in the first quarter, but the Lakers took control in the second quarter to take the lead. The teams battled back and forth until Dirk Nowitzki sank a shot with just 2.1 seconds left in the game to secure the win for the Mavericks. This victory was the tenth time in a row the Mavericks beat the Lakers. They could not take the momentum of the victory with them when they faced the Warriors, and fell 127-107. They will look to come out strong when they host the Nets on the 29. There's still time to grab your tickets for prices starting at $19.

1/19/16 - The Dallas Mavericks have won their last two games, both in overtime. Their first victory came against the Celtics on the 18. The Mavericks led going into halftime, but the Celtics rallied back, and the fourth quarter ended in a tie, sending it into overtime. Dirk Nowitzki helped out, leading the team with 31 points, 14 of which were in the fourth quarter, and added some three points at the start of the overtime period. Dallas battled against the Timberwolves on the 20 to end the fourth quarter tied, and then outscored them in the overtime period 17-5 to take the win. The Mavericks next play the Thunder on the 22, and you can still get tickets for prices starting at $24.

1/12/16 - The Dallas Mavericks have been struggling slightly, but they are still number five in the Western Conference. They are still earning scattered victories, but they are having a hard time building a streak. Their most recent win was on January 10th when the Mavericks travelled to Minnesota to take on the Timberwolves, ending with a final score of 93-87. Afterward, they took disappointing losses against the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Oklahoma City Thunder. They have a couple more away matches coming up, but the Mavericks will be coming back to Dallas starting January 18th. They will be hosting the Boston Celtics, then having a rematch with the Timberwolves on January 20th.

1/5/16 - After two disappointing losses, the Dallas Mavericks added two wins to their record. The first was a nail biter victory against the Kings in a game that went into two overtimes. Deron Williams led the team with 25 pints, including a 3-pointer at the buzzer of the second overtime that gave them the win. The Mavericks led by six points going into halftime, but the fourth quarter was the Kings, who were able to tie the game. The victory made it their 22 straight victory at home. The Mavericks then beat the Pelicans on the 6th. They will look to continue this winning streak when they lay the Bucks on January 8. Tickets are available for $66 and up.

12/29/15 - Three straight W’s have the Dallas Mavericks feeling better about their position in the Western Conference, which is proving to be as competitive as it has in recent years—in spite of the East’s resurgence. Dirk and company pulled out a nail-biter over the Nets in Brooklyn before returning home to knock down the Bulls and Bucks, boosting their record to 18-13 on the season. They’ve got a tough test in store for Wednesday night when they invite in the Golden State Warriors, followed by Anthony Davis and his New Orleans Pelicans on January 2nd. Tickets are on sale for Mavs vs. Pels at the American Airlines Center! Get yours today from just $24!

12/24/15 - The Dallas Mavericks added another win to their record after defeating the Grizzlies 97-88 on December 18. Dirk Nowitzki led the team with 20 points, while Chandler Parsons added another 16 for the team. Zaza Pachulia had a double-double with 10 points and 18 rebounds. The Mavericks were able to break open the Grizzlies’ defense several times to dominate the game, leading at one point by 18. The Mavericks next head to Toronto to play the Raptors on the 22 and then Brooklyn to play the Nets on the 23 before heading home for a stretch that begins with the Bulls on the 26. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $24.

12/15/15 - Fans were worried when the Dallas Mavericks lost their first two home games in this series, but it they managed to win their third and final match in Dallas before heading back out on the road. Even though they lost against the Atlanta Hawks and the Washington Wizards, the Mavericks were always performing well. In fact, despite losing, they scored 95 and 111 points respectively. Then, on December 14th, they played just as well, but came away with a 94-104 victory against the Phoenix Suns. From here, they are heading to Indiana to face the Pacers, but they will return on December 18th to take on the Memphis Grizzlies. Tickets start at $12.

12/8/15 - The Dallas Mavericks almost brought their two game winning streak to three when they lost to the Hawks in a game that came down to the final minutes of play. Dallas was ahead until Atlanta had a run in the final minutes to pull ahead and win 98-95. Before that, Dallas beat the Wizards on the 6 and the Knicks on the following night. Wesley Matthews had a season high of 36 points against the Wizards to help the Mavericks win 116-104. Dirk Nowitzki was the leading scorer the next night with 25 to help the Mavericks beat the Knicks. The Mavericks host the Wizards on the 12, and you can still get tickets for prices starting at $9.

12/1/15 - This last week has been a tough one for the Dallas Mavericks. Not only have they been on the road for most of it, but also they aren’t coming back to Dallas with any good news. The Mavericks went on a three-game losing streak, but luckily able pulled out of the slump when they took on the Denver Nuggets on November 28. The team has had a hard time being able to hold their composure during the last two quarters of the game, leading to all of the losses. Get your tickets today to cheer them on to victory when they hit the court against the Houston Rockets on December 4.

11/24/15 - The Dallas Mavericks are struggling slightly. They are still in the number four spot for the Western Conference, so fans should not be worried yet, but they have suffered two consecutive losses. This is especially surprising because the Mavericks just finished a six-game winning streak. Even though it has never slowed them down before, these losses may be because they were away games. The Mavericks have one more game on the road before they stop by Dallas on November 28th to host the Denver Nuggets. The Mavericks will be hitting the road immediately afterward, however, so do not miss this opportunity to catch them in action. Tickets start at $17.

11/17/15 - The Dallas Mavericks are currently standing in third place in the Western Conference and they have been playing really productivity lately. The Mavs have won their last four games in a row and are currently on the road until November 20. On Monday night the Mavericks faced off against the Philadelphia 76ers for a game that definitely wasn’t a “give me”. They ended up winning 92-86 and added another victory to their record. Their next game is against the Boston Celtics on November 18, which could be tough considering they are competing away from home. Get your tickets for the game before it is too late. Tickets are still available.

11/10/15 - The Dallas Mavericks are on a roll. After losing to the Pelicans on the 10, they have won their next three games against the Clippers, Lakers, and Rockets. In their most recent win, point guard Raymond Felton scored seven straight baskets late in the fourth quarter, helping to bring Dallas to a 14 point lead. Felton has struggled with injuries and finding his role on the team, making his impressive display even more important. Charlie Villanueva also scored 19 points. Three starters sat out: Dirk Nowitzki, Wesley Matthews, and Chandler Parsons. The Mavericks will look to keep their winning streak going when they face the Philadelphia 76ers on the 16th. Tickets remain available, with prices starting at $6.

11/3/15 - The Dallas Mavericks had an uphill battle to start the season, with three consecutive away games, but they managed to hold their own and finish with two victories. Unfortunately, the Mavericks have been struggling slightly more now that they are back on their own court. First, they fell short by 11 points when they hosted the Toronto Raptors. Then, the Charlotte Hornets came away with a 14 point lead. The Mavericks have one more home game before they hit the road again, so hopefully they are able to turn things around. They will be hosting the New Orleans Pelicans on November 7th. Tickets are still available starting as low as $17.

10/27/15 - The Dallas Mavericks had their work cut out for them going into the 2015-2016 season. Unlike most other teams, the Mavericks kicked things off with three consecutive away matches. Despite this huge obstacle, Dallas came away from the first game, against the Phoenix Suns on October 28th with a 16 point lead after a second half upset. Then, the Mavericks travelled to LA to face the Clippers. Unfortunately, that match finished with 88-104. One more away game remains before the Mavericks can finally play in Dallas. After playing the LA Lakers, they will host the Toronto Raptors on November 3rd. Tickets for the home opener are still available starting at just $6.

10/20/15 - The Dallas Mavericks' preseason did not go as well as they had hoped, as they ended with a 0-6 record. Despite the losses, there were some good moments from the game. In preparation for the start of the season, the Mavericks have waived Jarrid Famous and brought on board Tu Halloway. The Mavericks still have 20 men on the roster, which will most likely be cut down soon. They have one more preseason game in Chicago on October 23, and then they will head to Phoenix for the regular season opener on October 28. You still have a chance to get your tickets to catch the Mavs in action in the 2015-16 season. Tickets for their final preseason game start at $56.

10/15/15 - Unfortunately, the Dallas Mavericks have one of the latest home openers in the league. Having to wait until November 3rd for them to host the Toronto Raptors is disappointing, but if you are anxious for some Maverick action, be sure to come out for their final home preseason match. On October 21st, the Mavericks host the Phoenix Suns and tickets start at just $2. Be sure to secure your spot for the home opener as well. Tickets for that match are available starting at just $8. No matter which games you choose to attend, it is easy for you to come out and cheer the Mavericks to victory to start their season right.

8/11/15 - After finishing a lousy fourth in the Southwest Division last season, most fans could agree that the Dallas Mavericks have had better years. Although the Mavs still finished with a decent 50-32 record, it just wasn’t enough to match up to the other talent in the division. With the release of the new NBA schedule this week, now the Mavericks and their fans will have another season to look forward to as they attempt to reclaim the championship title they won in 2011. They’ll have a tough start on the road, facing the Phoenix Suns and the Los Angeles Clippers on back-to-back nights. Then, they’ll head back to Dallas for their home opener against the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday, November 3. Tickets are available for just $34.

2014-2015 Season

4/27/15 - The 2015 season is officially over for the Dallas Mavericks. They put up a good fight, but the Houston Rockets proved to be too much. They lost in their away games, but still managed to rack up 108 and 99 points respectively. They did even better when the Mavericks had the chance to play on their own court, but it still wasn't enough. First they got an incredible 128 points, only to fall just short to the Rockets' 130. Then they showed that they were not down and out yet, by rallying and winning the next game, on April 26th, by 12 points. At that point, Dallas needed to win every remaining game to advance, but they just couldn't pull it off. At least they got one last strong win before the season ended.

4/21/15 - The Dallas Mavericks are off to a rocky start to the playoffs. Taking on the number two team, the Houston Rockets, is proving to be trouble. First, the Mavericks lost 108-118 on April 18th. Then the Rockets earned another victory on April 21st with 99-111. The Mavericks are not out yet, next meeting on their own court, but they will need to earn four wins against Houston before losing two more times. It may seem like a long shot, but keep in mind that Dallas has been playing at a disadvantage up until this point. Fans are holding out hope and preparing to come out to support the Mavericks on April 24th for the third game of the first round. Tickets are still available starting at $52.

4/13/15 - The Dallas Mavericks were having a hard time on the court last week, but they are doing much better now. After securing three consecutive victories, they only suffered a single loss against the Utah Jazz. At this point, the Mavericks are locked into the number seven spot for the Western Conference regardless of how they do in their final game on April 15th. This match might, however, serve as one last opportunity to practice against a playoff team without being penalized for losing. Once the postseason begins, Dallas will either be playing the San Antonio Spurs or the Houston Rockets, depending on how those two teams do in their final games. Be sure to catch the Mavericks' match against the Portland Trail Blazers; it may just set their tone for the entire playoffs.

4/6/15 - The Dallas Mavericks continue to have bad luck as the season winds down. They had to take on the two top teams in their conference, the Golden State Warriors and the Houston Rockets, in consecutive matches, and the Mavericks were unable to edge out a victory in either game. There is a bright spot, however. Before these rough matches, Dallas were on fire when they played the Oklahoma City Thunder, scoring an amazing 135 points. Additionally, even though they lost, the Mavericks played much better against the Warriors and the Rockets than they have recently, even in games they won. There is one more home game in this series, and then there will only be one remaining home game for the regular season on April 15th.

3/30/15 - The Dallas Mavericks had a lot of trouble this last week. They did not play very many games, and it looks like they may be a little rusty because of it. They lost both of the matches they played. They even took a very hard loss by 18 points when they played the San Antonio Spurs, whom the Mavericks dominated a mere three days beforehand. If the Mavericks have any chance of getting back into competitive shape before the playoffs begin, it will be in their upcoming series of home games, which includes three of their last four matches on their own court. If you want to catch them live before the season ends, this is likely your last chance. The first game, against the Houston Rockets, will be on April 2nd and tickets start at $36.

3/23/15 - After their three-game winning streak, the Dallas Mavericks took a couple losses. Their play continues to be on-and-off. While they have managed to secure a spot in the playoff, they trail near the back end. The Mavericks need to get their energy back before the postseason starts. Luckily, they just got a strong 94-101 victory against the San Antonio Spurs and Dallas will be playing the Spurs again immediately. That promises to be a great opportunity for the Mavericks, but if that is not enough, they have three consecutive home games starting on April 2nd against the Houston Rockets. That series include three of the Mavericks' remaining four home games, so be sure to catch them in action while you still can. Their final home game will be on April 15th against the Atlanta Hawks.

3/16/15 - The Dallas Mavericks had been losing more games than fans hoped they would, but it looks like they might be past their slump. They have now won two games in a row, a feat they have not done in more than a month. When their series of home games started, everyone was hopeful they would turn their luck around. They started out slow, taking a rough 127-94 loss from the Cleveland Cavaliers, but they have picked up since then, beating the Los Angeles Clippers 99-129 and the Oklahoma City Thunder 115-119. You have two more chances to see the Mavericks before they hit the road again: on March 18th and 20th. Tickets for the first game, in which Dallas will play the Orlando Magic, start at $24.

3/9/15 - After going 2-1 on a recent Western Conference road trip, the Dallas Mavericks are hoping to rebuild some confidence during their upcoming five-game home stand. Dallas came up short against two of the West’s best, including the Portland Trail Blazers and Golden State Warriors, but did come away with a win in Los Angeles versus the Lakers to conclude the trip. With only two games on the schedule this week, the Mavs can look forward to ample rest as they get set for the stretch run heading into the playoffs. Friday night, Chris Paul and the Los Angeles Clippers will come to town for a showdown of teams vying for home court advantage in the postseason. Get in the game with tickets starting at $41!

3/2/15 - Rajon Rondo returned from a one-game suspension for the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday, but it wasn’t enough to fill the void brought on by the absence of starting center Tyson Chandler. The Mavs lost their second game in a row, 104-94 to the Brooklyn Nets—a team only averaging 96 points per game, but who saw scoring opportunities aplenty with Dallas short their rim protector. The Mavericks were overpowered by the hot-shooting Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday, capping a 7-5 month of February. Dirk Nowitzki and his squad will open March with crucial games versus the New Orleans Pelicans, Portland Trail Blazers, and Golden State Warriors, as they look to cement their place in the Western Conference playoff picture. Tickets for Mavs versus Blazers in Portland are still available starting at $21!

2/23/15 - Amar’e Stoudemire dazzled in his debut for the Dallas Mavericks in Sunday’s game against the Charlotte Hornets. He scored 14 points and had three rebounds in just 11 minutes of play, giving the Mavericks a win with a 92-81 final score. The Mavs sit in a good place to make the play-offs, in fourth place in the Western Division, but they hope to climb higher. If they keep winning, they might make that happen. They host the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday (2/28) at the American Airlines Center. Tickets are available from Razorgator starting at $26. Make your weekend more exciting with a great game of basketball. The Mavs host the New Orleans Pelicans on Monday (3/2). You can get your tickets for this game for only $8 and up.

2/17/15 - According to ESPN, the Dallas Mavericks are gaining a new player for the final games of their season. Amar'e Stoudemire of the New York Knicks is waiting for the waiver deadline to pass to make it official, but he has committed himself to the Mavs, hoping to get into the playoffs. You’ll have the first opportunity to see him play on home court at the American Airlines Center on Friday (2/20) when the Mavericks host the Houston Rockets. Seats are going fast, but Razorgator still has tickets starting at $53. End your weekend on a high note by joining the Mavericks on Sunday (2/22) when the Charlotte Hornets come to town. Tickets are only $23, but they’re being grabbed up quickly by fans who love their basketball.

2/10/15 - Fans of the Dallas Mavericks will want to get your tickets to the next home game against the Houston Rockets on Friday (2/20). Tickets start at $52 from Razorgator. The Mavericks are going into the break at third in the Southwest Division. There’s talk of bringing back Bernard James back from China, to help take up some of the slack from losing Center Tyson Chandler, who just suffered an ankle injury. It’s been reported that the Mavericks may also grab Amar'e Stoudemire from the Knicks, but there are a lot of pieces that still have to fall into place. Come out to the American Airlines Center and cheer on the home team. Enjoy a night of fast-paced basketball and show your support to the Mavericks.

2/2/15 - With a 33-17 record, the Dallas Mavericks sit in third place in the Southwest Division. They’re on a three-game winning streak, since they beat the Miami Heat on January 30. The Mavericks come back to the American Airlines Center on Saturday (2/7) to host the Portland Trail Blazers in the first of three home games. Tickets start at $34 for the Trail Blazers game. The next Monday (2/9), the Los Angeles Clippers come to town. Dallas loves their hometown basketball team, so don’t wait to get tickets from Razorgator. The Mavericks will miss their point guard Rajon Rondo who was injured in their game against the Orlando Magic. He has an orbital fracture of his left eye and could be out for an extended period of time.

1/26/15 - A pair of tough losses have put the Dallas Mavericks in sixth place overall in the Western Conference, as the trio of Texas teams continue to battle for dominance in the Southwest Division. After falling at home to the Chicago Bulls on Friday night, the Mavs lost a nail-biter in New Orleans, as the Pelicans came away with a 109-106 victory. Anthony Davis paced his team with 28 points and 10 rebounds, while Monte Ellis led Dallas with 36 points in 35 minutes of action. The Mavericks shot 48 percent from the floor as a team, but allowed New Orleans to shoot over 50 percent—just enough to swing a close game in the home team’s favor. Dallas looks to get back on track versus division rivals this week, including an away game versus Houston on Wednesday night. Limited seats are still available from $48, so act now!

1/19/15 - The Dallas Mavericks found their game again and racked up two wins in the last few days against the Denver Nuggets and Memphis Grizzlies. On Friday (1/23), the Mavericks host one of the top teams in the NBA, the Chicago Bulls. Get your tickets to this game at the American Airlines Center for just $57 and up. The following Tuesday, the Mavericks host the Memphis Grizzlies. The Grizzlies are in first in the Southwest Division. Beating them would give the Mavericks a shot at first place in the Division. The top teams in this group are only separated by a one loss. It’s going to be showdown to the playoffs as each team tries to gain an upper hand in the latter half of the season.

1/12/15 - An uncharacteristic pair of losses put an abrupt halt to the Dallas Mavericks’ six-game win streak, as they fell by a combined 33 points to the Detroit Pistons and Los Angeles Clippers last week. The losses dropped the Mavericks into fifth place in the Western Conference, where four of the top eight are separated by only two games. Rebounding and poor three-point shooting have been two culprits in the Mavs’ recent losses, two areas they will need to shore up as they begin a five-game swing versus opponents out West. After facing off with the Sacramento Kings, the Mavs will take on the Denver Nuggets in a home-and-home series to close out the week, Wednesday night in Denver (tickets from just $12!) and then at home at the American Airlines Center on Friday, with tickets available from $26.

1/5/15 - The Dallas Mavericks offense is clicking on all cylinders, Rajon Rondo has proven to be a perfect fit at point guard, and Dirk Nowitzki recently moved into seventh place on the NBA all-time scoring list, surpassing the great Moses Malone—life is good for MFFL Nation! Winners of six straight, Dallas is now only percentage points behind Memphis for third place in the ultra-competitive Western Conference, as Houston, San Antonio, and the L.A. Clippers have all gone tepid over their last ten games. The Mavs will be on the road for most of January, opening a three-game swing on Saturday versus Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers. Great seats are still available from Razorgator starting at just $18, but they’re going quickly so don’t delay!

12/30/14 - Following a pair of tough losses, the Dallas Mavericks have resumed their winning ways against a pair of Western Conference foes. After knocking off the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night, Dallas came from behind to defeat the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday, 112-107. Dirk Nowitzki tied a season-high with 30 points in just 29 minutes of play, and Rajon Rondo added 15 to go with seven assists and six rebounds at the point guard position. The win improved the Mavs’ record to 10-7 versus the West, and 22-10 overall, as they try to fight their way into the top four of a conference stacked with talented teams. Dallas will host John Wall and the Washington Wizards in their last game of 2014, and a limited number of tickets are still available from Razorgator starting at $60.

12/23/14 - Mark Cuban wanted to vault his team back into the title conversation when he traded for Rajon Rondo, and so far, it would seem to be a wise gamble. Looking little like a player who’s been with his teammates for less than a week, Rondo has led the Mavs in assists in each of his first two games, even prompting veteran all-star Dirk Nowitzki to comment that the newly-acquired point guard seems to “know some of the plays better than our own (existing) players”. It still wasn’t enough to top the red-hot Atlanta Hawks, who claimed a rare victory in Dallas on Monday, 105-102. The Mavericks can get back on track Tuesday night, as they face the Phoenix Suns on the road. Limited seats are still available through Razorgator starting at $52, so act fast!

12/15/14 - The American Airlines Center will be buzzing over the holiday with lots of activity from the Dallas Mavericks. Starting on Monday, December 22, the Mavericks host the Atlanta Hawks. The next home game is on the 26th against the Los Angeles Lakers. The piece de resistance of the week is Saturday’s game against their fierce rival, the Oklahoma City Thunder. Show your Dallas spirit and come out to these games to cheer them on. You can still get tickets for all of these great matchups. Bring your whole family while the kids are out of school and enjoy the camaraderie on the court. The Mavericks have an 18-8 record, placing them in 3rd in the Southwest Division. Make plans now to come out and watch them play.

12/8/14 - The Dallas Mavericks look to regroup at home after a tough loss versus division rival Memphis on Tuesday, falling by a score of 114-105. The Mavs led Memphis at halftime, but a 36-point third quarter by the Grizzlies turned the tide, and Dallas never got closer than two points despite a late rally led by J.J. Barea. Newly-acquired forward Chandler Parsons poured in 30 points for the Mavericks on 10-18 shooting, and Barea added 17 in just 20 minutes off the bench, but it wasn’t enough to overcome a combined 69 points from Memphis’ big three of Zach Randolph, Marc Gasol, and Mike Conley. Dallas will have an opportunity to get back on the winning track on Wednesday night at home versus Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans, and Razorgator is still offering seats starting at just $9!

12/2/14 - The Dallas Mavericks continue their winning streak against the Philadelphia 76ers. This is in the wake of their six-game winning streak that ended last week. All in all, Dallas has been having an excellent season and their 110-103 win on Saturday is just one more step toward the number one spot. Surprisingly, despite their impressive win/loss, the Mavericks are still fourth for their division. However, the second and third teams are tied at 13-4, just one loss less than Dallas. It will be a small feat to overcome them, but then Dallas will have to take on the monster Memphis Grizzlies with their 15-2 rate. The Mavericks will next be taking on the Chicago Bulls who are sitting at 11-6. That will definitely be a close game.

11/25/14 - Sadly, the Dallas Mavericks had their first loss in two weeks on Saturday. The Houston Rockets were able to just barely clinch a victory by just 3 points and ended the Mavericks’ six-game winning streak. Even though they were tied in two separate quarters, the Rockets were able to score nearly ten more points than Dallas in the second quarter. The Mavericks played an impressive final quarter, closing the gap significantly, but they ultimately fell just slightly short with the final score resting at 92-95: not a particularly high scoring game at all. The Dallas Mavericks are sitting at 10-4, which is one of the best ratios in the season, but, nevertheless, is still third for the Southwest Division, having just one more loss than their opponents in this last game.

11/17/14 - Saturday’s game marked the Dallas Mavericks’ third win in a row. The final score of 117-131, left Dallas far ahead of the Minnesota Timberwolves (2-7). In fact, the Mavericks scored better in both of the first two quarters and tied in the third at 38. Bringing the Dallas Mavericks to 7-3, this game marks their second three game slide of the season. They certainly are looking good, but they will need to fight hard to overcome the Washington Wizards, who is one of the only teams in the league with a better win-loss ratio than Dallas, in their upcoming game on the 19th. Then it is back home to face off against the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday the 21st. Tickets start as low as $24.

11/11/14 - The Dallas Mavericks unfortunately lost to the Miami Heat on Sunday at 105-96. This brings Dallas to 4-3. It was a close game, but Miami’s new No. 3, Luol Deng, is apparently fitting right in after scoring a season high 30 points. The Mavericks will be looking to pull out a victory against the Sacramento Kings (5-2) on Dallas’ home court on Tuesday. Dallas had a slick three win slide last week, but since then has been on and off. Following the game on Tuesday, the Mavericks will be playing the Philadelphia 76ers, who have 0-7, on Thursday. There’s plenty of opportunity for Dallas to get some nice wins coming up, so be sure to get those tickets early. Both game still have tickets available and both are starting at $63.

11/4/14 - The Dallas Mavericks added another win to their 2014-15 season with a victory over the New Orleans Pelicans. Their 2-1 record has them ranked third in the Southwest standings, right behind the Houston Rockets and the Memphis Grizzlies. The starting five has had troubles finishing games lately, but the last two weeks seem to reassure fans that the team still has what it takes. During the game against the Pelicans, six Mavs scored in the double digits, including long-time favorite Dirk Nowitzki and new-comer Tyson Chandler. The Miami Heat come into town on Sunday as the Mavericks attempt to continue their home winning streak and move up the rankings. Tickets for Sunday’s game can still be purchased online, with prices starting at $10.

10/28/14 - The Dallas Mavericks came up just short to the San Antonio Spurs Tuesday, Oct. 28, in a nail-biting game. The final score was 100-101 in their season opener to the defending champions. Chandler Parsons' first basket was a memorable one. Parsons threw a one-hand slam over Danny Green and Tim Duncan after he drove down the middle of the lane. Devin Harris brought in 17 points for Dallas. Including three of the last four, the Mavericks are 20-15 in season openers. The home-opener game against the Utah Jazz is Thursday, Oct. 30, with tickets now only $6. The Mavericks will return to the American Airlines Center to play the Boston Celtics beginning at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 3, with tickets starting at just $3. Snag your tickets to the big game now and see this team rise to the top!

10/20/14 – Dallas’ regular season home-opener against the Utah Jazz is just 10 days away! Mavericks tickets are relatively cheap, starting at $7 for the Thursday night game on October 30 and averaging $143 this season. That is, $32 less than the league average at $175. Vince Carter returns to American Airlines Center tonight in a preseason matchup. The former Mavs' sixth-man is now suiting up for the Grizzlies. Grab last minute Dallas Mavericks tickets to tonight’s game an hour before tipoff for just $1.

10/14/14 – Dirk Nowitzki was back in a big way Sunday! The Mavs star scored 16 points in 19 minutes in his preseason debut against the Indiana Pacers. Dallas will not return to American Airlines Center until Monday but you can grab Mavericks tickets to that game for just $1.

8/14/15 – The Dallas Mavericks 2014-2015 schedule emerged on Wednesday, and this locked and re-loaded squad is ready to make waves in the Wild Wild West. The Mavericks will open their season with an I-35 rematch on the road: Oct. 28 against the Spurs in San Antonio. See Tyson Chandler in his big ol’ Texas homecoming on Oct. 30 when the Utah Jazz visit American Airlines Center. The I-45 rivalry will ignite on Nov. 22 when the Mavs, and former Rockets player Parsons, visit Houston. A highly anticipated matchup on the Macvericks’ schedule comes when the New York Knicks pay their offsesaon dealers a visit--familiar faces will line both squads for fans in attendance on Nov. 26. Dallas plays host to Steph Curry and the Warriors on Apr. 4 in a playoff-feel game, before closing the season on Apr. 15 against the Portland Trail Blazers. Score your Dallas Mavericks tickets now and see this new-look team take it to the top in 2015!

After a one-year absence from the postseason, the Dallas Mavericks snuck into the 2014 playoffs as the eighth seed in the Western Conference. Led by homegrown superstar Dirk Nowitzki, the Mavericks pushed through the excruciatingly tough standings, and slipped into the contention amid the flurry of the final regular season day. Though they took San Antonio to seven games in the first round, the Mavs were ultimately slain by the eventual title champion, putting an end to their 2013-2014 campaign.

This year, thanks to the voluntary pay-cut of egoless Nowitzki, and the bittersweet departure of Jose Calderon, the Mavs partook in a six-player trade with the Knicks, bagging Raymond Felton and two Chandlers to boost this Mark Cuban-owned squad. The franchise will return Tyson Chandler, from the title-winning ’11 team as their new-old defensive anchor. Emerging star Chandler Parsons was acquired from Houston for some big money and should become the No. 3 guy behind Monta Ellis and Nowitzski in the wake of Vince Carter’s departure. Will this be the year that Dallas pushes past the first round of playoffs since winning it all in 2011? With balanced play on both side of the ball, this team is expected to make a substantial playoff run and contend big in the Western Conference. There is no showrtage of heart on this talented team—don’t miss out on Dallas Mavericks tickets and see this win-now team leave it all out on the court in 2015!
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