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Dallas Mavericks Tickets

Dallas Mavericks Tickets

Though we can help you get your Dallas Mavericks tickets on the cheap, there's one thing we'd like for you to keep in mind. Just because you're buying cheap sports tickets doesn't mean you won't still be getting great seats. In fact, the converse is often true. Because we don't collect any extra service charges, or other hidden fees, the way some other ticket broker might do, we're often able to get you great seats for lower prices than you'll find on sports tickets anywhere else. That being the case, the next time you're planning a trip out to the American Airlines Center to see Brian Cardinal, Jason Kidd, or any of the other Mavs in action, be sure to check with us here at Complete Tickets.

 

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The Mavs themselves, as well as their fans, are all feeling tremendous optimism regarding the near future for the franchise. Originally founded in 1979 by Don Carter and Norm Sonju, the team was admitted into the NBA during the 1980 all star game. During the 1990's, the team went through a bit of a rough stretch, to say the least. This decade became known as the Mavs' “dark ages,” with the team never making the playoffs once at any point of that entire decade. The Dallas Mavericks returned to prominence in the NBA during the decade between 2001 and 2010, though, with some of the best overall records in the history of the sport during those years.

 

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The Mavericks, over their history as a franchise, have had no fewer than nine head coaches. Currently, Rick Carlisle is at the helm. They’ve had a couple of major rivalries, too, including both the San Antonio Spurs and the Phoenix Suns. The former of those two rivalries is still fairly new, but it has grown quite fierce. The latter is largely the result of the trading of Steve Nash.