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Past 10 meetings

W 50% (5) L 50% (5)
  • Mavericks @ Warriors 110-120 L
  • Warriors @ Mavericks 109-119 W
  • Warriors @ Mavericks 109-100 L
  • Mavericks @ Warriors 117-126 L
  • Mavericks @ Warriors 87-112 L
  • Mavericks @ Suns 123-90 W
  • Suns @ Mavericks 86-113 W
  • Mavericks @ Suns 80-110 L
  • Suns @ Mavericks 101-111 W
  • Suns @ Mavericks 94-103 W

Dallas Mavericks DRAFT

Temporada Jugador Ronda General Posicion Escuela | Equipo
2022-2023 26 Round 1 Wendell Moore Jr. F Duke
2020-2021 18 Round 1 Josh Green SG Arizona
2020-2021 1 Round 2 Tyrell Terry PG Stanford
2019-2020 7 Round 2 Deividas Sirvydis SF Rytas Vilnius (Lithuania)
2018-2019 5 Round 1 Trae Young PG Oklahoma
2018-2019 3 Round 2 Jalen Brunson PG Villanova
2018-2019 24 Round 2 Shake Milton PG SMU
2017-2018 9 Round 1 Dennis Smith Jr. PG North Carolina St.
2016-2017 16 Round 2 A.J. Hammons C Purdue
2015-2016 21 Round 1 Justin Anderson SG Virginia
2015-2016 22 Round 2 Satnam Singh Bharama C IMG Academy
2013-2014 13 Round 1 Kelly Olynyk C Gonzaga
2013-2014 14 Round 2 Mike Muscala C Bucknell
2012-2013 17 1 Tyler Zeller F North Carolina
2012-2013 25 2 Darius Johnson-Odom G Marquette
2011-2012 26 1 Jordan Hamilton G Texas
2011-2012 27 2 Tanguy Ngombo F Al Rayyan
2010-2011 20 2 Solomon Alabi C Florida St.
2009-2010 23 1 Omri Casspi SF Maccabi Tel Aviv
2009-2010 24 1 Byron Mullens C Ohio St.

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How is the Dallas Mavericks' History?

The Dallas Mavericks was founded in 1980 in Dallas, Texas by Norm Sonju and Don Carter. Dallas Mavericks or fondly called “Mavs” is a member of the National Basketball League (NBL).

 

The Mavericks were a perennial playoff contender during the 1980s, powered by All-Stars Rolando Blackman and Mark Aguirre. In the 1990s, they went through a period of rebuilding. 

 

In 1998, the team's fortunes would dramatically improve when the franchise acquired Dirk Nowitzki, who would become the centerpiece of its most successful era, leading the club to its first NBA championship in 2011. 

 

Dirk Nowitzki was a high scorer for the Mavericks and led the team to two NBA championships. After his record-breaking season with Dallas, he retired but left behind young European stars that returned in 2020 to return to the playoffs.

 

Mark Cuban currently owns the Dallas Mavericks. Since their inception in 1980–81, the Mavericks have won four division titles (1987, 2007, 2010, 2021), two conference championships (2006, 2011), and one NBA title (2011).

 

The most well-known rivalry of the Dallas Mavericks is with the San Antonio Spurs.

 

Since 2001, the Mavericks and Spurs have met five times in the playoffs, with Dallas winning twice and San Antonio three times. 

 

The rivalry between the Mavericks and Spurs stemmed from their first meeting in the first round of the 2010 NBA Playoffs when the seventh-seeded San Antonio Spurs overcame second-seeded Dallas. Dirk Nowitzki broke Manu Ginobli's nose during that series, adding to the animosity.

 

It's clear that both teams are from Texas, and being in the same division definitely helps to stoke the flames. Additionally, both teams have been dominating organizations for a long time, and with Dallas winning the NBA title last season, look for the rivalry to intensify.

 

Dallas Mavericks History

 

The Mavericks were established in 1980, and like other young expansion teams, they struggled early in their NBA careers. The team's fourth season achieved its first winning campaign and qualified for the playoffs behind budding stars Mark Aguirre, Derek Harper, and Rolando Blackman.

 

From the mid-1980s, the Mavericks continued to add talent via astute draft selections. They qualified for the postseason in five consecutive years from 1983–84 to 1987–88, including a Western Conference finals appearance in 1988.

 

The Mavericks' fortunes plummeted during the 1990s when many of the squad's star players departed via free agency or trade. The franchise posted a losing record in each season of the following decade, including back-to-back seasons with records of 11–71 and 13–69.

 

How Were the Dallas Mavericks Founded?

 

The Dallas Mavericks foundation dates back to 1979.  Entrepreneur Don Carter and partner Norm Sonju sought to gain NBA approval for a team in Dallas. The Dallas Chaparrals, the final professional basketball franchise in Dallas, were an American Basketball Association team that relocated to San Antonio in 1973 and became the San Antonio Spurs.

 

At the 1980 NBA All-Star Game, league executives approved the new franchise's inclusion, with the name coming from the 1957–1962 television western Maverick. The fans voted to name their team with 4600 postcards instead of Wranglers and Express.

 

There was a stir when the University of Texas at Arlington, which also utilized the Mavericks moniker, was formed.

After completing their title defense, the Dallas Mavericks were shifted to the Western Conference's Midwest Division for the 2004–05 season.

 

The Washington Bullets, who had won the NBA Championship in 1977–78 under Dick Motta, named him their first head coach.

 

Kiki Vandeweghe was picked by the Dallas Mavericks with the 11th pick of the 1980 NBA draft but refused to play for the franchise's inaugural season, opting instead to hold out for a month.

 

How is the Dallas Mavericks' Dirk Nowitzki Era?

 

Dirk Nowitzki spent all 21 years of his career with the Mavericks, an NBA record for any player with one team. The Mavericks made the playoffs in 15 of those seasons after making the postseason just six times over their previous 20 years.

 

Dirk Nowitzki won the NBA MVP award in 2006-07, becoming the first European player to do so after averaging 24.6 points and 8.9 rebounds for the Mavericks as they set a team record with 67 wins. In his illustrious career with Dallas, Nowitzki established numerous individual marks.

 

The table below shows the career summary of Dirk Nowitzki:

 

Dirk Nowitzki Career Stats

Rebounds

11, 489

3-pointers

1, 982

Blocks

1, 281

Field Goals

11, 169

Games Played

1, 522



Nowitzki is the most prolific foreign-born player in NBA history, having scored more points than any other. He was the first Maverick named to an All-NBA Team and holds numerous franchise records.

 

How is the Dallas Mavericks Rolando Blackman Era?

 

Rolando Antonio Blackman is a retired professional basketball player from Panama. He was a four-time All-Star who played the bulk of his career for the Dallas Mavericks.

 

The Dallas Mavericks acquired the first overall pick in the 1981 NBA Draft, which they used to select Rolando Blackman. He was the first player born in Panama to play in the NBA. In his rookie season, he averaged 13.3 points per game for the Mavericks, establishing a new record for a Panamanian-born player.

 

He got a lot of playing time during his career, averaging around 24 minutes a game in his debut season. He performed well but the Mavericks weren't competitive until the 1983–1984 season. That was also the best statistical season of Blackman's career, as he averaged 22.4 PPG and helped the team reach its first ever postseason appearance.

 

The table below shows the career summary of Rolando Blackman:

 

Career Summary

G

980

PTS

18.0

TRB

3.3

AST

3.0

FG %

49.3

FG 3%

34.3

FT %

84.0

eFG %

50.1

PER

16.7

WS

75.6

 

On June 24, 1992, Blackman was sent to the New York Knicks for a 1995 first-round pick (Loren Meyer). He played his last two seasons in the NBA with the New York Knicks. During his last year in New York, he was reunited with former Dallas teammate Derek Harper.

 

How is the Dallas Mavericks Derek Harper Era?

 

Harper was chosen by the Dallas Mavericks with the 11th pick of the 1983 NBA Draft, towering at 6 ft 4. He spent his first ten years with them, posting 15 points and 6.1 assists per game. During his first several seasons with the Celtics, he was a member of the starting backcourt alongside All-Star shooting guard Rolando Blackman. 

 

The Mavericks qualified for the playoffs six times during Harper's tenure in Dallas, and they advanced to the Western Conference Finals in 1987-88. Still, they were unable to repeat that success for any other season.

 

During the late 1980s and early 1990s, he was a 10-point-per-game scorer and an outstanding defender who became well known for being a great scorer and defender. His finest year came in 1990-1991 when he scored 19.7 points per game. 

 

However, despite all of the accolades and highs, Harper wasn't chosen to be an All-Star for the first time in his career. The Mavericks ended that season with a miserable 28-54 record, and Harper continued to play well for the rest of his tenure in Dallas. 

 

The 1992-93 Mavericks had one of the worst records in history at 11-71. Harper spent two more campaigns with the Mavericks before departing during the 1993-94 season.

 

The table below shows the career summary of Derek Harper:

Career Summary

G

1199

PTS

13.3

TRB

2.4

AST

5.5

FG %

46.3

FG 3%

35.4

FT %

74.5

eFG %

50.3

PER

16.0

WS

86.8

What are the Symbols of Dallas Mavericks?

 

The symbols of the Dallas Mavericks show Texas’ heritage. The Mavericks' original logo was straightforward and faithful to the name. However, the new style of the current Maverick logo introduced a color change and a rather stern and elegant appearance in 2002. 

 

The classic design of the powerful-looking stallion headset in a shield is unmistakable. The term Mavericks perfectly conveys Texas' western heritage.

 

A calf or an unbranded cow is known as a maverick. A cowboy hat was originally included in the logo. And it reflects the Maverick attitude. Simultaneously, the current logo features a horse and a close walking alley for cowboys. Although the link may be tenuous, it does represent the wild and free spirit of Texas.

What is the Dallas Mavericks' Logo?

 

The Mavericks launched their first logo in 1981. On the other hand, this visual representation has changed over time. Throughout four decades, the team has employed four distinct logos. However, in 2017, it unveiled a new design. Within a frame lurks a basketball and a horse.

 

The designer also created the wordmark as a banner. This design is beautifully designed in four authorized hues—white, blue, silver and black—and has a tiny star in it.

 

The first Dallas Mavericks logo was a letter, an emblem, and a wordmark. They utilized three hues—blue, green, and white—in the logo. The M with a white cowboy hat over a green basketball is featured in this logo. You'll see the wordmark - Dallas Mavericks - which has represented the team for 12 years on the right.

 

In 1994, the Dallas Mavericks had their first logo redesigns. Despite the fact that they maintained the original's distinct personality, there were changes. The typeface used in this logo is basic. He also removed the outlines from it. This logo was considerably lighter in color than the original. It represented the Dallas Mavericks club for approximately seven years.

 

In 2002, the Mavericks updated their logo. This logo was a basketball with a horse's head designed in imitation of a drawing. In addition, there was a crescent moon over the word Dallas. The team added a silver triangle to the design. A banner housing the inscription - Mavericks in all caps - may also be seen. At the end of the frame, a five-pointed star could be found. The white and black star represents Texas, which lasted for about fifteen years.

 

In 2018, the Mavericks logo was updated for the second time. The new symbol kept all of the visual aspects of its predecessor. However, its hues were altered. The stallion's background and mane became a deeper silver color. However, the designer toned down the blue on the basketball and the arched frame. Overall, the logo appears to be stylish and current.

 

How is the Dallas Mavericks' Uniform?

 

The original Dallas Mavericks had a white home uniform and a blue road uniform, with some green accent on both. It was a basic, almost rustic look with a western typeface that seemed appropriate for the era. 

 

The home uniform featured the quirky "M wearing a cowboy hat" logo on the left leg of the shorts, while the road uniform depicted an image of a city view. 

 

The name of the team's home city ("Dallas") was displayed on the away jersey. On the other hand, blue became the accent color after one season, with green taking over as the primary color for away uniforms.

 

In 1992, the Mavs made a few minor modifications, but they were more likely just a prelude to the major transformation that was about to occur. In 1993, the Dallas Stars decided to emphasize blue rather than green, which had been the team's primary color for almost ten years. 

 

Mark Cuban purchased the Mavs in January 2000, immediately aiming to grow the team's popularity in Dallas and across the country. 

 

In 2001, a new blue/royal blue/silver color scheme was introduced, replacing the old green and blue. The rebooted M then debuted a new logo, which combined an aggressive-looking horse head with a basketball. The Mavericks also debuted a couple new "M" designs.

 

The Mavericks originally debuted this design in 1997, and it has remained largely unaltered since. In 2010, they could update it solely by changing the hues around, and surprisingly, it worked beautifully. The royal blue away uniforms look much nicer than the navy alternatives.

 

What are the Dallas Mavericks' Colors?

 

The official colors of the Dallas Mavericks are Royal blue, navy blue, silver, and black.

 

The table belows shows the specific color codes of the Dallas Mavericks:

 

Color

Hex Color

RGB

CMYK

Pantone

Royal Blue

#0053bc

0 83 188

100 62 0 0

PMS 2388 C

Navy Blue

#00285e

0 40 94

100 64 0 60

PMS 289 C

Silver

#bbc4ca

187 196 202

5 0 0 25

PMS 877 C

Black

#000000

6 25 34

30 0 0 100

PMS Black C

 

Who are the Dallas Mavercik's' Players?

Luka Doncic, Tim Hardaway Jr., Kristaps Porzingis, Dwight Powell, and Dorian Finney-Smith make up the starting five of Dallas Mavericks.

Jason Kidd heads the team. Dallas Mavericks head coach and former player Jason Frederick Kidd is an American professional basketball coach and former player for the Dallas Mavericks of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Kidd was an NBA All-Star 10 times, a five-time All-NBA First Team member, and a nine-time All-Defensive Team member. He brought home the NBA title in 2011 with the Dallas Mavericks.

On June 28, 2021, the Mavericks hired the 10th head coach Jason Kidd. After eight of his 19 years as a player with the Dallas Mavericks and their 2011 NBA championship, he's returning to town for the third time after two years as an assistant coach with the Los Angeles Lakers.

 

The table below shows the list of Dallas Mavericks players as of this writing:

NAME

POS

AGE

HT

WT

COLLEGE

SALARY

Davis Bertans44

SF

29

2.08 m

102 kg

--

$16,000,000

Sterling Brown0

SF

27

1.96 m

99 kg

SMU

$3,000,000

Jalen Brunson13

PG

25

1.85 m

86 kg

Villanova

$1,802,057

Reggie Bullock25

SF

31

1.98 m

92 kg

North Carolina

$9,536,000

Trey Burke3

PG

29

1.83 m

83 kg

Michigan

$3,150,000

Marquese Chriss32

SF

24

2.06 m

108 kg

Washington

$958,529

Spencer Dinwiddie26

PG

28

1.98 m

97 kg

Colorado

$17,142,857

Luka Doncic77

PG

23

2.01 m

104 kg

--

$10,174,391

Dorian Finney-Smith10

PF

28

2.01 m

99 kg

Florida

$4,000,000

Josh Green8

SG

21

1.96 m

90 kg

Arizona

$2,957,520

Tim Hardaway Jr.11

SF

30

1.96 m

92 kg

Michigan

$21,308,816

Maxi Kleber42

PF

30

2.08 m

108 kg

--

$8,975,000

Brandon Knight20

PG

30

1.88 m

82 kg

Kentucky

--

Boban Marjanovic51

C

33

2.21 m

131 kg

--

$3,500,000

Frank Ntilikina21

PG

23

1.93 m

90 kg

--

$1,669,178

Theo Pinson1

G

26

1.96 m

96 kg

North Carolina

--

Dwight Powell7

C

30

2.08 m

108 kg

Stanford

$11,080,125

Moses Wright5

F

23

2.03 m

102 kg

Georgia Tech

--

 

How did Mark Cuban's Ownership Affect the Dallas Mavericks?

 

The Dallas Mavericks are a professional basketball team in the National Basketball Association (NBA). For 12 seasons, Mark Cuban has run the team, and he's quickly established himself as the most likable and simply stated the best owner in all of the sports.

 

When Cuban purchased, the Mavericks were one of the NBA's least competitive teams on January 4, 2011. However, Dallas has gone from being one of the worst to one of the best since he took over ownership.

 

The Mavericks have always qualified for the postseason under Mark Cuban's leadership. The team has made the postseason in each of his years as owner. Since their inception in 1980, the Dallas Mavericks have played in five conference finals and one NBA Finals. They currently have the longest playoff run among all teams at 12 years.

 

They haven't simply qualified for the playoffs; they've also won. Since Cuban took over the team in 2011, the Mavericks have made two appearances in the NBA Finals, capturing the franchise's first championship in 2011.

 

However, Cuban's most significant thing for the Mavericks has established a sense of expectation.

 

The Mavericks are always well over the salary cap, and they have a long history of paying the highest luxury tax penalties in the league.

 

It isn't simply a question of how much money is spent.

 

The Mavericks are always a very active franchise. Dallas is always looking for new improvement methods, whether through free agency or acquisition.

 

It's the same tenacious attitude that led the Mavericks to their first NBA championship, and it will be responsible for Dallas' return to prominence soon.

 

Mavs players and fans can always anticipate competing under Cuban's management. It'll be sooner rather than later if Cuban has anything to say about it.

How is the Dallas Mavericks' season-by-season record?

 

The table shows the game summary of the Dallas Mavericks per NBA season.

 

Season

League

Conference

Finish

Division

Finish

Wins

Losses

Win%

GB

Playoffs

Awards

Ref.

1980–81

NBA

Western

12th

Midwest

6th

15

67

.183

37

[2]

1981–82

NBA

Western

10th

Midwest

5th

28

54

.341

20

[3]

1982–83

NBA

Western

8th

Midwest

4th

38

44

.463

15

[4]

1983–84

NBA

Western

4th

Midwest

2nd

43

39

.524

2

Won First Round (SuperSonics) 3–2

Lost Conference Semifinals (Lakers) 4–1

[5]

1984–85

NBA

Western

4th

Midwest

3rd

44

38

.537

8

Lost First Round (Trail Blazers) 3–1

[6]

1985–86

NBA

Western

4th

Midwest

3rd

44

38

.537

7

Won First Round (Jazz) 3–1

Lost Conference Semifinals (Lakers) 4–2

[7]

1986–87

NBA

Western

2nd

Midwest

1st

55

27

.671

Lost First Round (SuperSonics) 3–1

[8]

1987–88

NBA

Western

3rd

Midwest

2nd

53

29

.646

1

Won First Round (Rockets) 3–1

Won Conference Semifinals (Nuggets) 4–2

Lost Conference Finals (Lakers) 4–3

Roy Tarpley (SIX)

[9]

1988–89

NBA

Western

9th

Midwest

4th

38

44

.463

13

[10]

1989–90

NBA

Western

6th

Midwest

3rd

47

35

.573

9

Lost First Round (Trail Blazers) 3–0

[11]

1990–91

NBA

Western

12th

Midwest

6th

28

54

.341

27

[12]

1991–92

NBA

Western

12th

Midwest

5th

22

60

.268

33

[13]

1992–93

NBA

Western

13th

Midwest

6th

11

71

.134

44

[14]

1993–94

NBA

Western

13th

Midwest

6th

13

69

.159

45

[15]

1994–95

NBA

Western

10th

Midwest

5th

36

46

.439

26

Jason Kidd (ROY)[b]

[17]

1995–96

NBA

Western

T-12th

Midwest

5th

26

56

.317

33

[18]

1996–97

NBA

Western

11th

Midwest

4th

24

58

.293

40

[19]

1997–98

NBA

Western

10th

Midwest

5th

20

62

.244

42

[20]

1998–99[c]

NBA

Western

11th

Midwest

5th

19

31

.380

18

[22]

1999–00

NBA

Western

9th

Midwest

4th

40

42

.488

15

[23]

2000–01

NBA

Western

5th

Midwest

3rd

53

29

.646

5

Won First Round (Jazz) 3–2

Lost Conference Semifinals (Spurs) 4–1

[24]

2001–02

NBA

Western

4th

Midwest

2nd

57

25

.695

1

Won First Round (Timberwolves) 3–0

Lost Conference Semifinals (Kings) 4–1

[25]

2002–03

NBA

Western

3rd

Midwest

2nd

60

22

.732

Won First Round (Trail Blazers) 4–3

Won Conference Semifinals (Kings) 4–3

Lost Conference Finals (Spurs) 4–2

[26]

2003–04

NBA

Western

5th

Midwest

3rd

52

30

.634

6

Lost First Round (Kings) 4–1

Antawn Jamison (SIX)

[27]

2004–05

NBA

Western

4th

Southwest

2nd

58

24

.707

1

Won First Round (Rockets) 4–3

Lost Conference Semifinals (Suns) 4–2

[28]

2005–06

NBA

Western

4th

Southwest

2nd

60

22

.732

3

Won First Round (Grizzlies) 4–0

Won Conference Semifinals (Spurs) 4–3

Won Conference Finals (Suns) 4–2

Lost NBA Finals (Heat) 4–2

Avery Johnson (COY)

[29]

2006–07

NBA

Western

1st

Southwest

1st

67

15

.817

Lost First Round (Warriors) 4–2

Dirk Nowitzki (MVP)

[30]

2007–08

NBA

Western

7th

Southwest

4th

51

31

.622

5

Lost First Round (Hornets) 4–1

[31]

2008–09

NBA

Western

6th

Southwest

3rd

50

32

.610

4

Won First Round (Spurs) 4–1

Lost Conference Semifinals (Nuggets) 4–1

Jason Terry (SIX)

[32]

2009–10

NBA

Western

2nd

Southwest

1st

55

27

.671

Lost First Round (Spurs) 4–2

[33]

2010–11

NBA

Western

3rd

Southwest

2nd

57

25

.695

4

Won First Round (Trail Blazers) 4–2

Won Conference Semifinals (Lakers) 4–0

Won Conference Finals (Thunder) 4–1

Won NBA Finals (Heat) 4–2

Dirk Nowitzki (FMVP)

[34]

2011–12[d]

NBA

Western

7th

Southwest

3rd

36

30

.545

14

Lost First Round (Thunder) 4–0

[37]

2012–13

NBA

Western

10th

Southwest

4th

41

41

.500

19

[38]

2013–14

NBA

Western

8th

Southwest

4th

49

33

.598

13

Lost First Round (Spurs) 4–3

 

2014–15

NBA

Western

7th

Southwest

4th

50

32

.610

6

Lost First Round (Rockets) 4–1

 

2015–16

NBA

Western

6th

Southwest

2nd

42

40

.512

25

Lost First Round (Thunder) 4–1

 

2016–17

NBA

Western

11th

Southwest

5th

33

49

.402

28

 

2017–18

NBA

Western

13th

Southwest

4th

24

58

.293

41

 

2018–19

NBA

Western

14th

Southwest

5th

33

49

.402

20

Luka Docic (ROY)

 

2019–20

NBA

Western

7th

Southwest

2nd

43

32

.573

11

Lost First Round (Clippers) 4–2

 

2020–21

NBA

Western

5th

Southwest

1st

42

30

.583

Lost First Round (Clippers) 4–3

 

 

What are the Dallas Mavericks' Championships?

 

The Dallas Mavericks have won four division crowns (1987, 2007, 2010, 2021), two conference titles (2006, 2011), and one NBA title (2011) since their inception in 1980, 

 

In six games, the Western Conference champion Dallas Mavericks defeated the Eastern Conference champion Miami Heat to win their first NBA title. The series began on May 31 and concluded on June 12, 2011. 

 

Dirk Nowitzki of the Dallas Mavericks was named Finals MVP, becoming the second European and first German player to win it. The series was a repeat of the 2006 NBA Finals, which the Miami Heat won in six games to capture their first league title.

 

The table below shows the game summary of the 2011 NBA Finals:



Game

Date

Away team

Result

Home team

Game 1

Tuesday, May 31

Dallas Mavericks

84–92 (0–1)

Miami Heat

Game 2

Thursday, June 2

Dallas Mavericks

95–93 (1–1)

Miami Heat

Game 3

Sunday, June 5

Miami Heat

88–86 (2–1)

Dallas Mavericks

Game 4

Tuesday, June 7

Miami Heat

83–86 (2–2)

Dallas Mavericks

Game 5

Thursday, June 9

Miami Heat

103–112 (2–3)

Dallas Mavericks

Game 6

Sunday, June 12

Dallas Mavericks

105–95 (4–2)

Miami Heat

 

How are the Dallas Mavericks' last five years?

 

The table below shows the summary of the Dallas Mavericks' last five years:

 

NBA

 

Regular Season

Playoffs

Season

Team

W - L

%

Standing

W - L

%

Performance

2021-22

Mavericks

49-30

.620

4th,

West Conference

-

-

clinched playoff spot

2020-21

Mavericks

42-30

.583

5th,

West Conference

3-4

.429

Lost West Conf 1st Rd

2019-20

Mavericks

43-32

.573

7th,

West Conference

2-4

.333

Lost West Conf 1st Rd

2018-19

Mavericks

33-49

.402

14th,

West Conference

-

-

DNQ

2017-18

Mavericks

24-58

.293

13th,

West Conference

-

-

DNQ

 

What Is the Average Cost for Dallas Mavericks Tickets?

 

The average cost of Dallas Mavericks tickets is $137. This price reflects the average resale price across all ticket types for the team's upcoming home games. The price has increased by up to $50 from 2019's average price of around $87. The reasons for this dramatic increase in prices could be due to multifactorial (e.g., pandemic).

 

Where to Buy Dallas Mavericks Tickets?

 

The best place to buy Dallas Mavericks tickets is through the official ticketing partner of the NBA, Ticketmaster. You can purchase tickets for individual games or season passes, and there are various seating options available to fit any budget. You may also refer to the official website of the Dallas Mavericks for the NBA League Pass and game tickets.

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