Do not call the Dallas Mavericks an aging team! Head coach Rick Carlisle led the rest of the Mavs to yet another postseason appearance in the 2015 - 2016 NBA season, but only managed to sneak in one win against the mighty Oklahoma City Thunder. Although Dallas missed out on advancing beyond the first round, they proved that they are still a force to be reckoned with this year. Catch NBA icon and all-star power forward Dirk Nowitski along with the rest of a stacked Mavericks lineup when they return to American Airlines Center this October. Check back often and buy all your Dallas Mavericks tickets right here at Razorgator.
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The Dallas Mavericks are on a slide lately; they have now lost their last two games in a row. They played an absolutely disastrous game in Denver against the mediocre Nuggets on Monday night, losing the clash 110-87. Then, the Mavs headed home for what would be a brutal game against the Portland Trail Blazers. Although Dirk Nowitski put on a valiant effort, his team still missed the win by one point. The Trail Blazers seized the victory 114-113, sending groans through the home crowd. Be there to support Dallas on Saturday, February 11, when they host the Orlando Magic. Tickets are on sale and available for $12 and up.
It looks as though this could be a record-breaking season for the Dallas Mavericks, but not in a good way. Mark Cuban has owned the Texas team for 17 years, and not once has his team had a losing season. Now at halfway through the 2016-2017 season, Dallas is 13-27 and hopes for getting above .500 are quickly fading. The Mavericks aren’t letting news like that get them down, however, and seem as determined and focused as ever. They’ve gotten two wins over Minnesota and one over Phoenix in the last seven days and are scheduled to play the next three at home where they’ll enjoy the full support of the American Airlines Center’s crowd. Great tickets are just a few clicks away—get yours now!
The Dallas Mavericks have been unable to get on any long lasting winning streaks this season, which is probably why the team is in 13th play in their conference. On Tuesday night the Mavericks competed against the Washington Wizards to start the New Year off. Harrison Barnes scored 26 points and Deron Williams was able to add 21 points to that as the Mavericks pulled their team together to defeat the Wizards 113-105. Seth Curry was also able to add 16 points to the scoreboard, alongside Devin Harris. The combination of well-planned offensive plays made by the Mavericks was the key to the victory. Get your tickets today to catch them live on January 7.
The league’s toughest schedule and a slew of injuries have proved huge obstacles for the Dallas Mavericks. With just one road win and a mere six victories at home, the Mavs are just 7-21 overall. This week’s struggles included losses to the Jazz and the Nuggets, but sandwiching those disappointments was a bright spot against the Kings this Sunday. Harrison Barnes scored 19 points in the contest, second only to guard Deron Williams, who finished the night with 23. Dwight Powell came off the bench to score a team high nine rebounds. Dallas plays the next three on the road, not returning to the American Airlines Center until Dec. 27 against Houston. Grab tickets for that game now starting at $26.
With just four wins so far this year, the Dallas Mavericks are trying to forget the past and look forward to the next 60 games. There have been plenty of bright moments to help swing things in their favor, like the Mavs’ huge win over the No. 7 Chicago Bulls this weekend. The momentum didn’t last long, however, as even that victory was followed by an additional two losses, including a 30-point stomping from the Sacramento Kings Wednesday. The Mavericks will look to redeem themselves at home this week with a Friday, Dec. 9, game against the Pacers and a Monday, Dec. 12, match with the Nuggets. Tickets are available now!
A tough road schedule has contributed to the terrible start of the season for the Dallas Mavericks. At 2-10, the Mavs have only played four games at home in the month of November, winning just one. Adding to the difficulty is the fact that both Deron Williams and Dirk Nowitzki have played in less than half the games so far. The Mavericks are last in the league for assists, and they simply have to get better at creating chances for their teammates if they have any hope of salvaging the season. Next, Dallas will play the Cavs in Cleveland on Friday but will return to the American Airlines Center to face the Pelicans on Monday, Nov. 27. Tickets start at $6.
The Dallas Mavericks finally got a victory on their record this season when they beat the Bucks at home in overtime on November 6. Harrison Barnes had a career-high 34 points to help the Mavericks beat the Bucks. The Bucks led early, but the Mavericks soon got ahead. After battling it out back and forth, the game went into overtime. The Mavericks held the Bucks to just one point during overtime while scoring 12 points to take the victory. The Mavericks will look to take this momentum to add a few more wins when they head to L.A. to play the Lakers on November 8 and then to Oakland to play the Warriors on the 9. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $14.
Things did not go their way in Wednesday night’s overtime loss to the Pacers, but the Dallas Mavericks put up a good fight against a feisty team. Led by Dirk Nowitzki and Andrew Bogut, Dallas came back from 15 points down early on and 9 points down in the second half. With less than a minute to go, the Pacers were up by four, but a three pointer from Harrison Barnes tied the score at the final buzzer. In OT, Indy once again jumped ahead, earning the win 130-121. The Mavs head home this week for Game 2 against the Rockets at the American Airlines Center this Friday, Oct. 28. Get tickets now for only $29!
No player has meant more for the Dallas Mavericks than Dirk Nowitzki. That’s not really news to anyone, but it was reinforced when Dirk played in his first preseason game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The style of play changed and it seemed like Nowitzki’s teammates were able to relax, knowing that there was a perennial all-star on the court who had their backs. The Mavericks went on to win the game 114-109 and are now in the final stretch before the regular season gets underway. The Mavs will kick off the season with a Texas showdown against the Houston Rockets on October 28, and tickets for that game start as low as $19.
While it’s been a few years since the Dallas Mavericks competed in the NBA Finals, the team has still made its presence felt in the West, even during the less-than-stellar years. With the addition of Harrison Barnes and Andrew Bogut, two players who played a large role in the Golden State Warriors’ recent success, it looks as though Dallas has every intention of making another run to the playoffs. Head coach Rick Carlisle brings a stability to this franchise that many teams lack, ensuring that his squad is always ready to compete throughout the season. The preseason arrives in Dallas on October 3 when the Charlotte Hornets come to play, with tickets starting as low as $3.
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