Excitement is in the air in DFW as the Dallas Mavericks' season is exactly a month away.
Training camp starts on September 27, their first preseason game is on October 5, and the Mavs have plenty to prove this season.
You can view Dallas' full 82-game regular season schedule here.
How to listen to Dallas Mavericks games on the radio in 2023-24
After plummeting in the standings last season following the Kyrie Irving trade, Dallas has to prove that tanking their final two games of the regular season was worth it by making the playoffs this season.
This shouldn't be too hard of a task, as Luka Doncic and Irving should be able to carry the team around them to at least the Play-In Tournament, but the Western Conference is stacked, so every game matters.
With watching the Mavericks becoming more tough by the season, some fans may need to turn to the radio for the coverage of the games.
How can I listen to Dallas Mavericks games on the radio?
You can listen to all of the Dallas Mavericks games on 97.1 The Freak, which is the team's flagship partner. Each broadcast on The Freak will include 30 minutes of pregame and postgame coverage, with games continuing to be called by Chuck Cooperstein.
If you don't have a radio nearby, you can stream the games on the iHeartRadio app along with the pre and postgame coverage.
If you can't listen on The Freak, there are also plenty of AM affiliates that will carry Mavericks' games throughout the season.
- KTBB 600 AM - Tyler
- KYXS 1490 AM - Tyler
- KBBW 1010 AM - Waco
- KEES 1430 AM - Longview
- KSML 1260 AM - Lufkin
- KMHT 1450 AM - Marshall
If you want to listen to Dallas Mavericks games on the radio in Spanish this season, listen to Zona MX 99.1 FM.
There are plenty of options if you can't watch the Dallas Mavericks on TV this season, and Cooperstein and company will have you covered for every game on 97.1 The Freak.