The Dallas Maverick are on a roll. Winning their last 5 games with a highly efficient offense the Mavs sit 8th in the playoff picture right behind Golden State and Phoenix. As Dirk Nowitzki and company look to make a huge push to leapfrog those teams, as expected Mavericks tickets are in high demand.
Kicking off the second half of the 2013-2014 NBA season for the Dallas Mavericks at the American Airlines Center is a matchup on February, 18th against the Miami Heat. This is a can’t miss game as Dirk Nowitzki finals MVP of 2011 NBA finals battles the reigning champ and finals MVP LeBron James. The average price for this game is $199 but the lowest get-in price is $52. That may seem steep but with this resurgent Mavs team and possibly the last year of Miami’s big three fans can’t pass up this one.
The Chicago Bulls arrive in town on February 28th. The Mavs have a chance to cap off their so far great month of February with a win over the injury riddled Bulls. Though this seasons has proved once again Tom Thibodeau’s Bulls can never be counted out. The average price for this game is $105 and the lowest get-in price is $14.
On March 25th The Oklahoma City Thunder Square off against Dirk and the Mavs. With the possibility of Russell Westbrook coming back this game will be important for both teams as the seasons closes and the playoff standings get locked it. The average price for this game is $135 with the lowest get-in price only $18.
Doc Rivers and the Los Angeles Clippers face the Mavericks on March 27th. With an average price of only $100 and a low get-in price of a bargain $11, fans should not pass up a chance to see Chris Paul and Blake Griffin battle Dirk Nowitzki and Monta Ellis.
Lastly on April 10th, a battle of Texas when the Mavericks face the San Antonio Spurs. This potential first round matchup in playoffs this game should be entertaining and important in determining final seeding. The average ticket price for this game is $122 and the lowest get-in price is $14.