The Mavericks (Mavs) average ticket prices for the regular season NBA games over the past five seasons has stayed relatively consistent, staying $40 or under. The lowest decrease that has occurred was in the 2012-2013 season with a 36% dip from the previous year, 2011-2012, moving from a $39 average ticket price to $25. The average price for the Dallas Mavericks regular season NBA tickets for 2016-2017 is currently at $66, which is an all-time high within the previous seasons and the largest increase of 89%.
(Data updated 10/28/2016)
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2018 Mavericks Season Preview
The Mavs have really taken a slide over the last five years. Mark Cuban’s squad went from Top 3-4 in the West to a borderline playoff team. It’s quite surprising as the team and city have had remarkable success and to see this relative complacency is bizarre. The good news is the Dallas Mavericks have Dennis Smith Jr. who could turn out to be the best player in this year’s draft. Athletic as Vince Carter with a knack for where to be on the floor, Smith is a coach’s dream and Rick Carlisle will have fun with him, no doubt. In the backcourt Dallas will suit up Seth Curry, J.J. Barea, Devin Harris and Wesley Matthews. Throw a bit of Yogi Ferrell in, and coupled with Smith, the Mavericks are above average. Who knows what level of Dirk the Dallas Mavericks will get this year. The guy is up there, but likely has more left in the tank. It’s going to be another up and down year, set your sights for 2018/19. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Dallas Mavericks at American Airlines Center or supporting the Mavericks on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017-2018 Mavs tickets, including home and away games.
Dallas Mavericks Basketball at American Airlines Center Address: 2500 Victory Ave, Dallas, Texas, 75219
The Mavericks play their home games at the American Airlines Center, located in Dallas, Texas. When filled to capacity, American Airlines Center holds more than 19 thousand screaming fans. A state-of-the-art seating system allows the arena to host both the Mavericks and the NHL's Stars without hindering the sightlines of any of their fans. The Dallas Mavericks home bench is on the American Airlines Center sideline in front of sections 117-118. AAC parking information is covered in our Mavericks event guide.
Mavericks vs. Suns
In the mid-2000s this matchup was often times voted as the most intense rivalry in the NBA. This rivalry took off when star point guard Steve Nash departed Dallas for Phoenix and with both franchises meeting in the playoffs on a consistent basis. Both teams were usually at the top of the standings when they met, which only heightened this entertaining matchup.
This rivalry spiked in the 2000s when both teams met in the playoffs on a consistent basis. With stakes at its highest, the intensity level of these matchups was tough to top. These two teams were consistently fighting for an NBA title which only heightened the rivalry and has made this one of the better matchups in the NBA.
Mavericks vs. Heat
This rivalry became nationally known when the Mavericks defeated the Heat in the 2011 NBA Finals. With both franchises featuring star players and high profile owners, it is only natural for this to be one of the better rivalries in the NBA. As both teams continue to be contenders, this rivalry will only get better.
As state rivals and linked by Interstate 45, these two teams are always battling for bragging rights. The intensity level and physical play seems to be at its highest when these two teams meet. Both teams have taken turns dominating the series with the Mavericks holding the edge during the playoffs.
Mavericks in the NBA Finals, Western Conference Championships and NBA Playoffs
As a member of the NBA since 1980, the Mavericks have established themselves as one of the more accomplished franchises. With multiple conference championships to go along with their 2+ division titles, Dallas is always near the top of the NBA standings. The highlight of the franchise came in 2011 with an NBA Championship.
2016 Dallas Mavericks Season Preview
The 2015-2016 season for the Dallas Mavericks was one where they defied all odds by finishing second in the Southwest division and sixth in the Western Conference with a 42-40 record. Much of the Mavericks success was due to the excellent head-coaching skills from Rick Carlisle, who was able to finish the season on a high-note when critics expected Dallas to have a disappointing season. As the Dallas Mavericks enter the 2016-2017 season their prospects are looking good with a more talented team behind Carlisle. The Mavericks have signed two free agents from the 2015 championship Golden Warriors, Andrew Bogut and Harrison Barnes, who should flourish under the Dallas coaching style. Young players Justin Anderson and Dwight Powell had an excellent season last year with the energy and impactful dunks they brought to the court. As the young players’ skills combine with star power veterans Dirk Nowitzki and Deron Williams, the Mavericks will be a force to reckoned with in the Western Conference.
2015 Dallas Mavericks Season Preview
The Dallas Mavericks may have had the most tumultuous offseason of any team in the NBA. After agreeing to a contract with top free agent DeAndre Jordan, the Mavs looked to be contenders in 2015. But a week later, Jordan had backed out of the deal, and center Tyson Chandler had departed for the Suns. The Mavericks rallied, in signing Deron Williams, and Will Matthews, and a number of other solid pieces that has the team believing they can contend. The biggest question mark surrounding the 2015 Dallas Mavericks team, is who will fill the scoring hole left by the departure of Monta Ellis? Dirk Nowitzki will likely see less minutes than last season, and the onus of generating shots will fall on Williams and Devin Harris. Look for the Dallas Mavericks to compete in a very difficult western conference, and to be in line for a lower seed in the NBA playoffs.
2014 Dallas Mavericks Season Preview
The Dallas Mavericks had an improved season in 2013. After missing the playoffs for the first time since 2000, the Mavericks came into 2012 with a revamped roster and finished with 49 wins, which was good enough for 8th in the Western Conference. Dallas went on to push the eventual champion San Antonio Spurs to 7 games in the NBA playoffs and almost pulled off one of the biggest upsets in playoff history. In the off season the Mavericks made major roster moves and come into the 2014 NBA season with a significant improvement in talent. The Mavericks brought back Tyson Chandler, who was one of the corner pieces of their 2010 NBA championship team, and who is still one of the best defensive centers in the NBA. Dallas also signed forward Chandler Parsons away from the Houston Rockets, and he looks to team up with Dirk Nowitzki in one of the most dangerous front courts in basketball. Other newcomers are veterans Richard Jefferson, Jameer Nelson, and Raymond Felton. The 2014-15 Dallas Mavericks look to be one of the most talented teams in the NBA’s Western Conference and should have a great opportunity to push for one of the West’s top 4 playoff seeds.
2013 Dallas Mavericks Season Preview
The Mavericks were able to salvage a .500 record in the 2012-13 season after starting 26-33, but that’s still not good enough for Dallas fans used to more success in the American Airlines Center. The big offseason move was to bring aboard O.J. Mayo to help with perimeter shooting, but he’s off to Milwaukee this year and the Mavs have brought about Monta Ellis and Jose Calderon to help get back into the postseason. Ellis will help Dirk Nowitzki with scoring ball, as the 28-year old put up 19.2 points per game last season for the Bucks, along with six assists and 2.1 steals. Dirk and Shawn Marion will continue to lead this Dallas team that needs to be more successful in the rebounding game to be considered one of the West’s elite teams once again. While the Mavs will likely not finish in first place this, they should be looking towards a good spot in the playoffs to make a run at the NBA Finals.
2012 Dallas Mavericks Season Preview
It was an exciting year in Big D in 2010-11 as the Mavericks quelled the suffering of its fantastic fanbase by winning the first title in team history. Dirk Nowitzki played like a madman down the stretch, and along with the now-departed Tyson Chandler (New York Knicks) and Jason Kidd, the team created a winning atmosphere (and stronger defense) that helped them topple the Heat in seven games. While they lost Chandler, however, their up-tempo game should remain the same (they ranked second in the league in assists last year) with the signings of Vince Carter and LaMarch Odom. It will be interesting to see how these two high-profile pieces will fit into a balanced team that worked so well last season.
2011 Dallas Mavericks Season Preview
The Dallas Mavericks had an oustanding regular season last year, cruising to a 55-27 record, but were ousted in the first round of the playoffs by the San Antonio Spurs. Coach Rick Carlisle has many of the same players returning this year and the Mavs are poised to have another successful campaign, but whether or not they advance to the NBA Finals for the first time since 2006 is up in the air. For much of the last decade, the Mavericks offense has been centered around Dirk Nowitzki, who led the team with 25 points per game last season, and fans can expect much of the same from the 7-footer this year. Joining Nowitzki will be veteran point guard Jason Kidd, who will be back for his 17th NBA season. Last year, Kidd averaged an impressive 9.1 assists per game, while dropping 10.3 points a contest. Dallas is also stacked with a number of talented scorers including Caron Butler, Jason Terry and Tyson Chandler. In addition, they made some smart offseason moves by adding Brendan Haywood as well. Many of their scorers are also very solid defenders, and the Mavericks should be one of the better teams in the Western Conference again.
2010 Dallas Mavericks Season Preview
The Dallas Mavericks head into the 2009-2010 NBA season looking to improve upon their 6th place finish in the Western Conference last season. Mavs Head Coach Rick Carlisle fields a solid Dallas roster that includes all-stars Dirk Nowitzki, Shawn Marion, Jason Kidd and Jason Terry. Look for the Mavericks to get up and down the floor quickly with that talented lineup. The 2010 NBA All-Star Game is coming to Dallas (new Cowboys Stadium), which will perhaps provide some hometown motivation for the Mavs to step up their game to the next level. If Dallas does, then the Mavericks could be in position to once again make the NBA Finals.
2009 Dallas Mavericks Season Preview
The Dallas Mavericks are one of the premiere teams in the NBA. Mavs owner, Mark Cuban, makes sure that the team is always stacked with talent and that the American Airlines Center is one of the best places in the NBA to see a pro game. The Mavericks have a roster full of star players, and are led by NBA superstar Dirk Nowitzki. The Mavs traditionally play an upbeat style of basketball and score a lot of points. Their fun style of play, along with their talented roster and zany owner make them one of the top drawing teams in the NBA. Whether they are playing at home, or on the road, a lot of fans always turn out to see the Mavericks play.
Dallas Mavericks News - 3/29/2017
The Dallas Mavericks have been in a fight for the last playoff spot in the West against Denver and Portland and with their last two games resulting in losses it does not look that they will come up on top. The Mavs schedule has the team playing their next five games on the road before they return to Dallas to host the Spurs; tickets for the Spurs vs Mavs game has an average ticket price of $96.
Dallas Mavericks News - 3/9/2017
The Dallas Mavericks are on a three-game winning streak with wins over the Grizzlies, Thunder and Lakers. The Western Conference holds the Mavs in the 10th spot with a regular season record of 27-36. The Nets will come to Dallas for a Friday night game at the American Airlines Center; tickets for the Mavericks vs Nets game has an average price of $53.
Dallas Mavericks News - 2/22/2017
The Mavs are three games behind for the No. 8 spot in the West and playoff contention. This looking to be a losing regular season for the Dallas Mavericks, which is not normal but since the beginning, they have proven to be the most improved team as their young players become more consistent and comfortable on the court. The Mavericks will travel to Minneapolis to play against the Timberwolves on their return from the All-Star break; the average ticket price for the game is currently $64.
Dallas Mavericks News - 2/8/2017
The Mavs had a considerable jump in the power rankings last week going from No. 23 to No. 18 due to their best offensive stretch of the 2016-2017 NBA season. In games against the Spurs, Cavaliers, Sixers and Trail Blazers the Mavericks earned four consecutive wins. They haven’t been able to maintain that win streak losing Dallas’ first two games of this week. There are two more games on the schedule for the week with home games against the Jazz and Magic, ticket prices for both games average in the $30 range.
Dallas Mavericks News - 1/25/2017
Last week, the Mavericks played their best offense for this season scoring 111.6 points per 100 possessions. The team is still expected to miss the playoffs this season, which will be the second time in the past 16 seasons. Tonight, the Knicks will come to the American Airlines Center to compete against the Mavs. Tickets for the game can be bought for as low as $10.
Dallas Mavericks News - 1/11/2017
The NBA power rankings have seen the Mavs steadily move up from the bottom to No. 25. Andrew Bogut returned to the court last week after recovering from his knee injury. Tonight, the Mavericks will play against the Timberwolves in an effort to break their current three-game losing streak.
Dallas Mavericks News - 12/29/2016
The Dallas Mavericks rose to No. 24 in the NBA power rankings; this is a significant jump from the previous week’s No. 24 spot. This is due to the return of Dirk Nowitzki to the court on Friday and won three out of four games against the Kings, Trail Blazers and Clippers. The Mavs have two more big games coming up for this week on the road against the Lakers and Warriors. Ticket prices for the upcoming games are in the high range, falling above $100.
Dallas Mavericks News - 12/14/2016
The Mavericks experienced another injury during last week’s loss against the Hornets when Andrew Bogut got a knee injury. This injury highlighted the Mavs defense issues and brought the team back down to the bottom spot in the NBA power rankings. The Dallas Mavericks will play two more games this week against the Pistons at home and on the road against the Jazz. Average ticket prices for these games are currently at $30 and below.
Dallas Mavericks News - 11/30/2016
The Dallas Mavericks were able to break their 8-game losing streak when they hosted the Pelicans, winning the game 91-81. In previous games, the Mavs experienced tough losses against top teams: Cavs, Clipper and Spurs. The Mavericks currently have the worst power ranking in the league at No. 30. This week Mavs’ fans will see matchups against the Spurs, Hornets and Bulls. Ticket price averages for all three games vary from $28 to $79.
Dallas Mavericks News - 11/16/2016
The Dallas Mavericks have had a rough start to the NBA regular season only winning 2 out of their 9 games. Dirk Nowitzki has missed four straight games from an injured right Achilles, which is preventing him from playing a running game. This was a crucial factor to the Mavs last loss against the Knicks. The Mavericks will play the Celtics, Grizzlies and Magic this week; average ticket price for each of these games are under $60.
Lower Level 118
Our top recommended place to sit at American Airlines Center is in Lower Level 118. Located at center court, Lower Level 118 has unbelievable views of the entire floor and the first few rows are incredibly close to the court. The section is also close to the Mavericks bench, giving fans great exposure to Mavs players and coaches. The chairs in Lower Level 118 are cushioned and have cup holders, adding comfort to the fantastic views.
Platinum Level 217 & 218
These sections are located on the first raised level at the arena and have expansive views of the entire court. Fans sitting in these section have access to the exclusive food and bars on the platinum level, and enjoy smaller section sizes. Seats in 217 & 218 are cushioned with cup holders, and the overall gameday experience in these sections is among the best in the venue.
Lower Level 113
Located behind the basket, this section has great views of half of the court and the first few rows are within feet of the sideline. Lower Level 113 is also close to the Mavericks bench, giving fans great views of the players and coaches throughout the game. The ticket price for these sections is typically half that of lower level sideline seats, but still offer the lower level experience and atmosphere.