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Dallas Mavericks March Schedule

Mavericks Ticket Price Down 21% In 2015

The Dallas Mavericks are officially “All in” for this season. Trading for Rajon Rondo ensures that. The Mavericks decided to make one more move to try and get over the hump. Will they succeed? We will find out. However, it is worth noting that their defense has been improved with Rondo in the lineup. The nifty point guard is an upgrade over anyone the Mavs had before him the past two seasons. For Dallas, winning the division could go a long way in their hunt for a title. Winning the division ensures they have home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs at least. Sadly, for Dallas, the South West is one of the toughest in the NBA right now. Their most important games left in the season are mostly against division rivals.

The Dallas Mavericks rank third in attendance for home games at the American Airlines Center with an average of 20,777 a game while on the road they average 17,618 according to ESPN. At the end of 2014 the average Dallas Mavericks ticket price was $76.00 per ticket which has dropped by 21.05% starting off the 2015 part of the season to $60.00 per ticket.

Dallas is currently ranked 4th in the Western Conference just four games behind the Golden State Warriors. With some big games coming up at the American Airlines Arena the drop in price makes for some great deals on Mavericks tickets. Here a look at the top 5 games coming up for the Mavericks.

Bulls @ Mavericks, American Airlines Center, January 23th,
Starting price $66, Average price $89
The Bulls are one of the best defensive teams in the league. Therefore, it is strange that the first duel between the two teams ended 132-129 in favor of the Bulls. Chicago is not of the teams that favor high scoring games, but they can handle them. For the Mavericks, the duel with the Bulls is a true test for their offensive power. View Mavericks vs Bulls tickets for the American Airlines Arena.

Rockets @ Mavericks, American Airlines Center, February 20th,
Starting price $23, Average price $94
This is the first duel this season between the teams in Dallas, and their third matchup of the season. Houston hosted the first one and won, and they will host the second in January. The difference between the division rivals in the South West is two or three wins, so every game versus division teams counts. For Dallas, the February 20 matchup will be extremely hard, given the fact they play in Oklahoma City against the Thunder the night before. View Mavericks vs Rockets tickets for the American Airlines Arena.

Grizzlies @ Mavericks, American Airlines Center, March 20th,
Starting price $16, Average price $99
You can say the week from March 20 to March 27 is of extreme importance to the Mavericks and their standings in the Western conference playoffs race. They play the Memphis Grizzlies, the Suns and the Spurs in the week. Their duel with Memphis is especially important, since is the last matchup between the teams for the season. View Mavericks vs Grizzlies tickets for American Airlines Arena.

Spurs @ Mavericks, American Airlines Center, March 24th,
Starting price $41, Average price $104
The teams split the first two duels, with San Antonio winning in a thriller on opening night. The two teams have a long history enhanced by the matchup between Dirk Nowitzki and Tim Duncan, arguably two of the top 10 players in the last 15 years. The March 24 game is the first one of a home and home duel between the two teams.View Mavericks vs Spurs tickets for the American Airlines Arena.

Suns @ Mavericks, American Airlines Center, April 8th,
Starting price $13, Average price $81
The Suns is the team that beat the Mavs twice this season. Everyone expect Phoenix to be the team that falls out of the playoff picture and OKC to surge and join the hunt for title. Last year, the Mavs and the Suns battled through the very end of the season for the last playoff spot. Phoenix was the team to miss out. Can that happen this year again? View Mavericks vs Suns tickets for the American Airlines Arena.

On The Road

Mavericks @ Warriors
Oracle Arena Feb 5th & March 6th 2015
With plenty of time still to go in the regular NBA season schedule if the Mav’s want to catch the Golden State Warriors the two meetings at the Oracle Arena will be extremely important. If for any reason it will give the Mavericks a good taste of what might become in the Playoffs. Currently the Mavericks are 13-5 on road and heading into the Warriors house where they are 15-1 so far this season will make this match up a 100% definite one to watch. Mavericks @ Warriors tickets are averaging $59.00 per ticket for the Oracle Arena.

Mavericks @ Trail Blazers
Moda Center March 6th 2015
The Trail Blazers are currently in second place in the Western Conference and two games behind Golden State. They are currently the hottest team in the West as they are 8-2 in their last 10 games and lost to the Mavs already once this season on Nov 6th. If the Mavericks will play them three more times and will need to win two of them to possibly secure a potential home court advantage over them. Trail Blazers vs Mavericks tickets for the Moda Center average $40.00 per ticket while the Mavericks vs Trail Blazers at the American Airlines Arena are averaging $57.00 per ticket.

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Mavericks Lakers game

Mavericks 91 Lakers 96 (recap)

Dallas Mavericks 91 Los Angeles Lakers 96

Wednesday, February 22, 2012 9:30 PM
Location –   American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
Officials –   #24 Mike Callahan, #30 John Goble, #60 James Williams
Attendance –    20577
Mavericks Vs Lakers Tickets averaged from $40.00 to $500 a ticket. We stock Lakers Tickets for all home and away games.

LAKERS 96, MAVERICKS 91: Pau Gasol had 24 points and nine rebounds Andrew Bynum had 19 points and 14 rebounds as visiting Los Angeles got past Dallas in the start of a difficult back-to-back trip.

Kobe Bryant had 15 points, but was just 4 of 15 from the field for the Lakers, who are just 6-11 on the road and travel to face the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday. The Thunder are an NBA-best 14-1 at home.

Gasol had 16 in the first half for the Lakers, making their first trip to Dallas since the Mavericks eliminated them in the Western Conference semifinals in 2011.

Derek Fisher came up big for the Lakers late in the fourth quarter and scored 15 points. Matt Barnes had nine points and nine rebounds.

Dirk Nowitzki had 25 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Mavericks (21-13).

Vince Carter appeared to be on his way to a monster game with 18 first-half points, but he scored just two in the second half. Jason Terry scored 16. Brendan Haywood grabbed 11 rebounds.

The Lakers went on a 12-0 run for a 42-28 lead in the second quarter, but the Mavericks stormed back with a 20-6 run to tie the score at 48 at halftime.

The teams stayed even throughout the third quarter and deep until the fourth before Fisher’s 25-foot 3-pointer and drive to the lane gave the Lakers an 89-82 lead. Bynum made it 93-86 but Terry made a deep 3-pointer and Nowitzki tipped in a shot with 27.1 seconds remaining. Matt Barnes made two free throws and Fisher added one for a 96-91 lead.

GAME NOTEBOOK: Former Laker Lamar Odom missed the game with what coach Rick Carlisle said was an excused absence to attend to a family matter in Los Angeles. Carlisle said Odom would rejoin the Mavericks after the All-Star break. … Dallas owner Mark Cuban has no sympathy for the Lakers, but said he does miss Phil Jackson. “Phil was smart,” Cuban told the Los Angeles Times. “He was fun to mess with, knowing that he’d come right back, return volley, and I’d return volleys like a good tennis match. The volleys went on and on. They got more intense. I really miss that. … You don’t often find the perfect bucket boy.” … Dallas was just 8 of 32 on 3-pointers.

Lakers Vs Thunder Tickets for their February 23rd matchup at the Chesapeake Energy Arena are still available.

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Dallas Mavericks – Preview

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Dallas Mavericks
NBA / Western Conference
American Airlines Center, Dallas TX
Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012. 9:30 PM EST

Analysis of the Los Angeles Lakers
The Lakers, currently 19-13 and trailing the Clippers in their division, were a tough team to read in the first half of the season. They started out well, winning 9 of their first 13, before dropping 4 of their next 5. The emergence of C Andrew Bynum has been offset in many respects by the slumping play of PF Pau Gasol. Star SG Kobe Bryant helped set up a players-only meeting this past Monday with the intention of making the 2nd half of the season a much more consistent (and better) effort than the 1st half, and they showed what they were capable of with a convincing win over the Trailblazers later that night.

Analysis of the Dallas Mavericks
The Mavericks are a hot team right now, winning 7 of their last 8 with the only loss at an even hotter Knicks team. During that time they’ve taken down the Clippers, 76ers, and Celtics and, following a questionable start to the season, have established themselves as one of the elite squads out West. The Mavs (21-12, second in their division behind the Spurs) have a tough 2nd half of the season to look forward to however and must keep their winning ways going if they want a favorable seed in the playoffs. We stock Dallas Mavericks Tickets for all American Airlines Center games.

Key Players
Los Angeles Lakers: PF Pau Gasol
The Lakers live and die by Kobe Bryant each night, but without a steady effort from Gasol and Bynum they’d be on the outside looking in playoffs-wise. Gasol will have an especially important game here as he’ll be matched up against Dallas’s star PF Dirk Nowitski. Gasol is averaging a double-double now with 17 points and 11 boards each night, and he’ll have to both match those numbers as well as limit Dirk’s if the Lakers are going to win.

Dallas Mavericks: SG Jason Terry
Terry is a fantastic scorer and is a threat every night to put up 20 or more points if left unguarded. When he’s on the floor he’ll have to try and slow down Kobe, something that is a whole lot easier said than done. A couple big 3-pointers from Terry and a couple big defensive stops on Kobe will be crucial for the Mavs to win on Wednesday.

Key Statistics
The Lakers two big men, Gasol and Bynum, anchor the best rebounding team in the league (averaging almost 46 rebounds every night). While the Mavericks are also a decent rebounding squad (pulling down 43, 7th in the league), the Lakers will try and crash the boards as much as they can knowing it’s one of the few areas where the have an advantage. If the Mavs can limit the Lakers’ rebounds they’ll easily secure a win at home.

Kobe Bryant created a few shockwaves this past weekend with some remarks about the rumors the Lakers were considering trading Bynum away. While controversial they also let the aforementioned slumping Gasol know that Bryant had his back, and their play on Monday showed that the Lakers of the past few seasons might be emerging again. While the Mavericks on the road will be an extremely tough test for the Lakers, I think they win it with their newfound team confidence.

Prediction = Los Angeles Lakers: 92 – Dallas Mavericks: 86

The Lakers will play the Mavericks at the Los Angeles Staples Center on April 15th, you can purchase Lakers Vs Mavericks Tickets for that game now.