Dallas Mavericks Tickets

Wow what a summer, the Mavs management went on a huge and wide scale shopping spree. The amount of money that has been produced to make this season unforgettable is downright amazing. So Mavs Fans, make sure you buy those Mavs tickets as you don't want to miss any of this season, that's for sure. And with all the money spent on new talent it is only fair that the Mavs tickets bring back some of this piggybank cash right? Let's keep our fingers crossed and our game shirts on because it is going to be a whopper of a season.

Dallas Mavericks Tickets for Sale

The Dallas Mavericks avenged their humiliating 2006 NBA Finals loss last season by taking the Heat and their Big Three out in six games. No one quite believed in this team despite the dominance the Mavs displayed in the sweep of the Lakers in the Western Conference Semifinals and the five-game jettison of the Oklahoma Thunder in the Western Conference Finals. Maverick fans endured wide-spread dismissal of the basketball team entering the postseason. Dirk and company were supposed to lose in the first round to the Trail Blazers, but they survived and proved experts wrong through the finals clinching win.

The franchise expects to hear just as doubt entering the Dallas Mavericks schedule for the 2011-2012 basketball season. The Mavericks return the top four postseason scorers on their roster. Dirk Nowitzki, Jason Terry, Shawn Marion, and Jason Kidd were the offensive leaders. Marion truly elevated his game, becoming the best post threat on the floor. If he cannot reproduce the performance during the regular season, the Mavs need not worry. Small forward Caron Butler returns from a knee injury that sidelined him for much of the regular season and all of the playoffs.

The biggest issue for the front office is going to be figuring out a way to resign Tyson Chandler with killing what little cap space the Mavericks have. They are actually over the cap right now, but it must be assumed that the league and the players will come to some agreement that will allow NBA teams like the Dallas Mavericks to keep their teams intact. If there is a forgiveness clause allowing the owners to cancel one contract, the Mavs should let Brendan Heyward and his annoying five-year contract go, and hopefully resign Chandler.

Chandler never offered much in terms of offense other than a lob partner for Kidd, but he did patrol the lane and finally provide some sort of interior defense. The Mavericks need him to make another playoff run. He is perhaps more important than players like Butler and Marion. Dallas Mavericks tickets will be disappointing if he is allowed to leave.

Dallas Mavericks History

The Dallas Mavericks began playing back in 1980. The new NBA basketball franchise drew its name from the television show of the same name, a choice inspired by the inclusion of James Garner, who played Maverick, in the ownership group. Surprisingly, the Mavs avoided the typical first few seasons of struggle expansion teams endure.

They built a high-scoring lineup with Rolando Blackman, Mark Aguirre, Derek Harper, Sam Perkins, Brad Davis, and Detlef Schrempf. The Mavericks reached the postseason six times from the 1983-1984 season to the 1989-90 season. However, the Western Conference was dominated by the Lakers and the Trail Blazers. Those teams ended the Mavs postseason five of the six years.

Slowly, the ownership began trading away these assets, hoping to build a young, talented team ready to strike in the Western Conference as the Lakers and Trail Blazers aged. The rebuilding effort failed. The first half of the 1990s was spent at the bottom of the league standings. Jason Kidd, Jim Jackson, and Jamal Mashburn gave the fan base hope over the course of the Mavericks schedule during the regular season, but they failed to reach the postseason and the front office scrapped the 3 J's plan.

Dirk Nowitzki, Steve Nash, and Michael Finley became the trio that would return to the Mavs to the playoffs. They specialized in scoring while much of the league was obsessed with slowing down the game. These teams could never quite reach the postseason, but a change from Don Nelson to former player Avery Johnson as head coach led to a finals appearance in 2005-06. Dirk led the team with a valiant effort as the rest of the roster imploded and they blew a 2-0 lead against the Heat in the finals.

The Dallas Mavericks had changed their identity. Though they were still noted for their ability to score, Jason Kidd had slowed the game down and Dirk became less of a perimeter player. Ultimately, the Mavs returned the NBA finals and beat the heavily-favored Heat. TheSeats has the Mavericks tickets to see this season's schedule at the American Airlines Center to see just how far this club can go this time around.

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