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Six 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 2016, 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. 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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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.

MFFL Unite on Thursday Night
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 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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