The Dallas Mavericks in 2013-14
The Dallas Mavericks are ready to do some real damage in the National Basketball
Association as they look to trample the competition all season long. The Mavericks are looking to play well throughout the
entire regular season in order to make a real run at the postseason, something that fans of the team would love to see happen.
The Mavericks play in the Southwest Division of the Western Conference, a division that is also home to the Houston Rockets,
San Antonio Spurs, New Orleans Pelicans and Memphis Grizzlies, and Houston and San Antonio appear to be legitimate contenders
in the Western Conference. With clubs like the Oklahoma City Thunder and Los Angeles Clippers also lurking in the conference,
the Rockets know that they're going to have to play well down the stretch to earn a high seed in the postseason.
Mavericks are happy to see star player Dirk Nowitzki round back into form this season. Dirk never seemed to be at full health
in 2012-13, but this season he has returned to being one of the best power forwards in the game. The team landed Dirk some
scoring help when they signed free agent Monta Ellis in the offseason. Ellis is a dynamic offensive player that can be unstoppable
at times, and defenses around the league have had a tough time slowing down the combination of Ellis and Nowitzki. The Mavericks
look to have a well-rounded roster that should be able to compete for a playoff spot, and the fans of the team are hoping
to see their favorite club get back to the playoffs. Make sure you're there in the arena if the Mavs make the postseason in
The Experience of a Dallas Mavericks Playoff Game
Being there in person for a National Basketball
Association game is something that basketball fans simply can't get enough of, and that's why people all around the country
are always clamoring to see their favorite pro hoops teams in person. Fans pack into arenas all across the nation to be a
part of the action, and once you do the same you'll know why so many people attend as many games as possible. Being there
for a Mavs home game is always a fantastic experience, but when it's playoff time that is even more the case. You can be there
this postseason to see the Mavs try to beat the best teams in the NBA, so don't miss out on an incredible time at the arena.
Dallas Mavericks Trivia
Who is the owners of the Dallas Mavericks?
The answer is Mark Cuban, one of the
best-known owners in the National Basketball Association. Cuban has owned the team for quite some time now, but he is one
of the most unique sports owners you'll find. Cuban appears like more of a fan than an owner many times, as his passion comes
out from his seat in the arena, sometimes a bit too much. Cuban has been fined over a million dollars for his antics over
the years, but there is no doubt that he makes the Dallas Mavericks even more popular with his energy.
Mavericks Postseason History
The Dallas Mavericks have had some terrific seasons in the past, and many of those seasons
have included some exciting playoff moments. The Mavericks have seen their best players perform at a high level in the postseason,
and the fans have fond memories of those all-time Mavs greats. Dallas has won their division three times, most recently in
2010. The team has reached the NBA Finals twice, both times facing off with the Miami Heat. The Mavericks fought valiantly
the first time, in 2006, but were unable to defeat the combination of Shaquille O'Neal and Dwyane Wade. However, Dirk Nowitzki
and company got their revenge five years later when Nowitzki teamed up with Tyson Chandler and Jason Kidd to defeat Miami's
Big Three of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. The Mavericks are hoping to add another title as soon as this season.
Dallas Mavericks Fans
The Dallas Mavericks have some of the very best fans in the entire National Basketball
Association, something that is certainly no secret to anyone game that has attended a home game at the American Airlines Center.
Mavs fans bring a lot of passion to each and every contest, and that gets ratcheted up several notches once the postseason
arrives. Playoff basketball bring an extra level of intensity to the arena, and the fans respond by elevating their noise
level and general passion for the game. It's an incredible atmosphere at the arena when the Mavs fans get going in the stands,
and that helps create a home court advantage that Dallas can use to help them take down some of the best teams in the Western
Conference. Be there this season to see the game, and you'll see that these fans simply love Mavericks hoops.