Dallas Mavericks Tickets

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4.5

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Awesome experience for 1st time!

American Airlines Center - Dallas

I was in Dallas visiting my best friend and we decided to go to a game (planned a few months in advance). I must say everything was very well planned by the Mavericks organization for the game from start to finish. Fans are given the ultimate sports entertainment experience from parking, access to the arena, help or assistance inside the arena if you need it and a multitude of amenities before and during the game. If you need food and drink, there are many stations open so you won't be in line long. I even met a former basketball all-star, Spud Webb, taking in the game with his family. My first time Dallas Mavericks basketball game experience was AWESOME!!

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Awesome and great bonding experience

American Airlines Center - Dallas

This was such a special moment to share with my dad for his bday.

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The game was awesome đŸ‘đŸŸ I love when luka donic scores

American Airlines Center - Dallas

The screen scoreboard goes luuuuuuuuuuukkkkkkkkkaaaaaaaaaaa when he scores awesome đŸ‘đŸŸ

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Great Mavs Experience

American Airlines Center - Dallas

Tickets were great and game was great. Missed Dirk's record breaking scoring night by 5 points and one night!!! The crowd tried to will-in the last missed three's, but to no avail. He did get the record the next game though. Go Mavs and Congrats to Dirk - the G.O.A.T.!!!

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It was great!

American Airlines Center - Dallas

It was my first professional basketball game. I took my 3 sons and we had a ballđŸ‘ŒđŸŸ

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Awesome time!

American Airlines Center - Dallas

This was my sons first Mavs game and it absolutely great!! The game, the food, the service!! Just great!!

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Overpriced tickets

American Airlines Center - Dallas

Seating in the AACenter are at a poor elevation so it’s difficult to see through spectators heads in front of you.

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Not what was expected.

American Airlines Center - Dallas

Thought we had aisle seats but that was not the case. Bought on the floor before the door and was huge waste of money. My kids did not get quality experience that NBA advertises. Overall experience to first NBA game for family was overpriced and subpar .

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Great

American Airlines Center - Dallas

Really good, should consider give away promo codes for discounts once in a while! That would be awesome.

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Had a great time. It was the first game for my sons and wife

American Airlines Center - Dallas

From the time we walked in to the time we left everything was smooth with no lines for anything. Loved it.

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Dallas Mavericks at American Airlines Center

The American Airlines Center (also known as "the AAC") has been the home of the Dallas Mavericks since it opened in 2001. The Mavericks share the arena with the Dallas Stars of the NHL, and both teams moved to the American Airlines Center from their previous home at Reunion Arena.

The Mavericks and Stars pushed for a new arena in 1998, and Dallas taxpayers approved a hotel tax and rental car tax to pay for a portion of the construction costs. American Airlines bought the naming rights to the arena in March of 1999, six months before construction of the facility broke ground.

Dallas Mavericks 2018-19 Season

The Mavericks' biggest move of the offseason came when they traded up to the No. 3 spot in the NBA Draft and selected guard Luka Doncic. Doncic is widely regarded as one of the most NBA-ready rookies in recent memory, thanks to his three years spent playing professionally for Real Madrid in Spain.

Doncic is coming off a season in which he won a EuroLeague championship and was named EuroLeague MVP. He will join a backcourt that already has point guard Dennis Smith, Jr., who the Mavericks drafted with the No. 9 overall pick the year before. Smith turned in a strong rookie campaign, finishing with 15.2 points and 5.2 assists per game.

The Mavs' other big move of the offseason came when they signed former Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan in free agency. The Mavericks have been after Jordan since 2015, when they reached a verbal agreement with him on a new contract. However, Jordan changed his mind before officially signing and elected to return to the Clippers instead. But now, the Mavericks finally have their man.

Jordan will bring a much-needed physical presence to a Mavericks team that won 24 games last season and missed the playoffs for the second consecutive season. Jordan finished second in the NBA with 15.2 rebounds per game last season, and he also was second in the NBA in field goal percentage.

The Mavericks also re-signed legendary forward Dirk Nowitzki and will bring him back for a record 21st consecutive season. Nowitzki's tenure with the Mavericks is now the longest for a player with a single franchise in NBA history. Nowitzki signed a one-year deal for $5 million, continuing a yearly trend of taking small contracts to remain in Dallas and provide the Mavericks with more cap space to make additional moves.

Dallas Mavericks History

The Mavericks joined the NBA as an expansion franchise in the 1980-81 season, becoming the third NBA team in Texas — joining the San Antonio Spurs and Houston Rockets. The Mavericks struggled in their inaugural season, but quickly improved in the subsequent years.

Their win totals increased in each of their first four seasons. Led by Mark Aguirre, who became the franchise's first All-Star, they reached the playoffs for the first time in the 1983-84 season. They beat the Seattle SuperSonics in their first playoff series before losing to the Los Angeles Lakers in the second round.

The Mavericks went on to qualify for the playoffs for five consecutive seasons, culminating in a trip to the Western Conference Finals in 1987-88. They came within one win of the NBA Finals, losing to the Lakers in seven games.

They struggled throughout the ‘90s, but as that decade closed, a new era began. The Mavericks acquired Dirk Nowitzki in 1998, and ownership of the team was sold to outspoken billionaire Mark Cuban in January of 2000.

Cuban immediately began to revitalize the franchise, building around a central trio of Nowitzki, point guard Steve Nash, and wing Michael Finley. In Cuban's first year owning the Mavericks, they made the playoffs for the first time in 11 years. This began a streak in which they qualified for the playoffs for 12 consecutive seasons.

In that span, the Mavericks advanced to their first NBA Finals in 2005-06, where they fell in six games to the Miami Heat. They got their revenge five years later, when they defeated the Heat in six games to win the only NBA Championship in franchise history. The Mavericks have not won a playoff series since, and have missed the playoffs in each of the last two seasons.