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Conference Finals: Mavericks vs. Warriors - Home Game 1, Series Game 3

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American Airlines Center - Dallas, TX
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Conference Finals: Mavericks vs. Warriors - Home Game 2, Series Game 4

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Conference Finals: Warriors vs. Mavericks - Home Game 3, Series Game 5 (If Necessary)

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Chase Center - San Francisco, CA
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Conference Finals: Mavericks vs. Warriors - Home Game 3, Series Game 6 (If Necessary)

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American Airlines Center - Dallas, TX
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Conference Finals: Warriors vs. Mavericks - Home Game 4, Series Game 7 (If Necessary)

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Finals: Mavericks vs. TBD - Home Game 1 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)

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American Airlines Center - Dallas, TX
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Finals: Mavericks vs. TBD - Home Game 2 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)

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Finals: Mavericks vs. TBD - Home Game 3 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)

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Finals: Mavericks vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary)

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American Airlines Center - Dallas, TX
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NBA Preseason: Thunder vs. Mavericks

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BOK Center - Tulsa, OK
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Dallas Mavericks Info

The Mavericks entered the NBA as an expansion team, beginning play in the 1980-81 season. With a core that included Derek Harper, Mark Aguirre, Rolando Blackman, Sam Perkins, and James Donaldson, Dallas was a perennial playoff team throughout the 1980s, including a Western Conference finals appearance in the 1987-88 season. The 1990s were a lost decade, despite the presence of stars such as Jason Kidd, Jim Jackson, Jamal Mashburn, Michael Finley, and Sam Cassell. The franchise began a period of sustained success with the additions of Dirk Nowitzki and Steve Nash. After Nash’s departure in 2004, Nowitzki became the face of the franchise for the next decade-and-a-half. Nowitzki led the Mavs to two NBA Finals appearances, including the 2010-11 championship. Taking the baton from Nowitzki, Luka Doncic hopes to be the next Dallas star to lead the franchise to a title. Make sure to catch them in action and avoid those awful service fees that other ticket sites charge by getting your cheap Dallas Mavericks tickets on TickPick!

How Much Do Dallas Mavericks Tickets Cost?

Dallas Mavericks tickets can resell for well above face value, but TickPick has the guaranteed best prices on Dallas Mavericks tickets of any secondary ticket site. The cheapest get-in price for the next NBA Western Conference Finals: Dallas Mavericks vs. Golden State Warriors - Home Game 1, Series Game 3 game at American Airlines Center on Sunday, May 22 is currently $230.00 and the average ticket price is $1,376.47. The most expensive ticket for this NBA Western Conference Finals: Dallas Mavericks vs. Golden State Warriors - Home Game 1, Series Game 3 game is $23,715.00. No matter what seats you're looking for, we guarantee you'll get your tickets at the best prices on TickPick because you'll never pay any service fees.

How Many Tickets Are Available for the Next Dallas Mavericks Game?

There are 1,886 tickets still available on TickPick for the next NBA Western Conference Finals: Dallas Mavericks vs. Golden State Warriors - Home Game 1, Series Game 3 game at American Airlines Center on Sunday, May 22.

Where do the Dallas Mavericks play their home games?

The Dallas Mavericks play their home games at American Airlines Center.

Where will The Dallas Mavericks be playing?

The Dallas Mavericks are playing in the following cities:
American Airlines Center (Dallas, TX)
Chase Center (San Francisco, CA)
BOK Center (Tulsa, OK)

How Many Championships Have the Dallas Mavericks Won?

Dallas has won one NBA championship, defeating the favored Miami Heat (who were led by LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh) behind star Dirk Nowitzki in the 2010-11 season. The Mavericks previously lost to a Wade-Shaquille O’Neal led Heat team in the 2005-06 season.

Who are the Dallas Mavericks’ Biggest Rivals?

The Mavericks have intense rivalries with a pair of in-state opponents -- the Houston Rockets and San Antonio Spurs -- that include memorable playoff battles over the years. The Mavs have also had rostseason clashes with the Los Angeles Lakers and Phoenix Suns. Dallas also split a pair of NBA Finals with the Miami Heat, with Miami winning the championship in 2005-06, while the Mavericks won the title in the 2010-11 season.

Who is on the Dallas Mavericks Roster in 2021-22?

The Mavericks are built around their All-NBA superstar Luka Doncic. Already one of the NBA’s top players at 22, Doncic will hope that forward Kristaps Porzingis can remain healthy and provide a secondary scoring option. The rest of the core rotation features solid role players that include the likes of Tim Hardaway Jr., Jalen Brunson, Trey Burke, Maxi Kleber, Dwight Powell, Boban Marjanovic, and Dorian Finney-Smith. Dallas hopes to add depth with the addition of veterans Reggie Bullock, Sterling Brown, and Frank Ntilikina.

Who is the Head Coach for the Dallas Mavericks?

Former NBA great Jason Kidd, who was drafted by Dallas and was a member of the 2010-11 NBA championship team, enters his first season as Mavericks’ head coach. Kidd, previously the head coach of the Brooklyn Nets and Milwaukee Bucks, was a controversial hire due to a previous domestic abuse incident.

Are the Dallas Mavericks Requiring Fans to Be Vaccinated or Wear Masks This Season?

Fans are not required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to attend games at American Airlines Center. All fans age 2 and older must wear masks at all times, except when actively eating or drinking.

Do Children Need Their Own Ticket for Dallas Mavericks Games?

Children under the age of 24 do not require a ticket to enter American Airlines Center, however, they must remain seated on the lap of an accompanying ticketed adult.

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