Dallas Mavericks Tickets & Burning Question

The 3-0 Dallas Mavericks are in elite company in the early NBA season. The Mavs are one of just three undefeated teams left, along with the Boston Celtic and defending NBA champions Denver Nuggets. We have cheap Mavs tickets available for games against teams such as the Chicago Bulls (November 1), Charlotte Hornets (Nover 5), and Toronto Raptors (November 8), having the cheapest seats on the Terrace Level selling for between $25 and $45 depending on the game.

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Can Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving combine to make the Mavs better?

The big question coming into the 2023-24 season is if star players Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving will be better over an entire season than they were as a pair after the Mavs traded for Kyrie in the middle of their last campaign. Thrown together in a rush, the Mavs faded late and missed the playoffs as their star duo went 8-12 when both were in the starting lineup. An entire offseason of work is precisely what Irving and Doncic need, with the pair of All-Stars certainly more than good enough to power Dallas back to the playoffs, even in a loaded Western Conference.

After only tanking at the end of the year to protect a first-round pick from a 2019 trade, the Mavs are all in this season 2023-24. They have two years to assess how this combo works together, and the 3-0 star shows that early signs are good. Doncic is averaging a silly 39 points per game, with Irving adding another 20. If they both can stay healthy, this is a team to watch this winter.

2023-24 Mavericks Home Games

Nov 1 – Chicago Bulls

Nov 5 – Charlotte Hornets

Nov 8 – Toronto Raptors

Nov 10 – Los Angeles Clippers (NBA In Season Tournament)

Nov 19 – Sacramento Kings

Nov 28 – Houston Rockets (NBA In Season Tournament)

Dec 1 – Memphis Grizzlies

Dec 2 – OKC Thumber

Dec 12 – Los Angeles Lakers

Dec 14 – Minnesota Timberwolves

Dec 20 – Los Angeles Clippers

Dec 23 – San Antonio Spurs

Dec 27 – Cleveland Cavaliers

Jan 3 – Portland Trailblazers

Jan 5 – Portland Trailblazers

Jan 7 – Minnesota Timberwolves

Jan 9 – Memphis Grizzlies

Jan 11 – New York Knicks

Jan 13 – New Orleans Pelicans

Jan 15 – New Orleans Pelicans

Jan 22 – Boston Celtics

Jan 24 – Phoenix Suns

Jan 27 – Sacramento Kings

Jan 29 – Orlando Magic

Feb 3 – Milwaukee Bucks

Feb 10 – OKC Thunder

Feb 12 – Washington Wizards

Feb 14 – San Antonio Spurs

Feb 22 – Phoenix Suns

Mar 3 – Philadelphia 76ers

Mar 5 -Indiana Pacers

Mar 7 – Miami Heat

Mar 13 – Golden State Warriors

Mar 17 – Denver Nuggets

Mar 21 – Utah Jazz

Apr 2 – Golden State Warriors

Apr 5 – Atlanta Hawks

Apr 7 – Houston Rockets

Apr 12 – Detroit Pistons

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