Buffalo, New York (PRWEB) February 27, 2013
The Dallas Mavericks are an old but talented basketball team. For most of this season star power forward Dirk Nowitzki has been hurt. Over the past decade Dirk has been the heart and soul of the Mavericks leading them to two NBA finals, and one NBA championship two seasons ago. Besides Dirk other players have been injured on this 2012-2013 Dallas Mavericks basketball team. Although they have fought the injury bug they can still make a late season push to grab the final 8th spot in the NBA playoffs. Night in, and night out, fans pack the fun and exciting American Airlines Center to chat and cheer their favorite team to victory.
Tickets this year to the games haven’t sold out and according to Whiztix, this has led to prices for seats falling below face value. Whiztix is a free to use ticket search engine, which helps fans compare multiple event ticket selling sites. Tickets to Mavs home games at American Airlines Center aren't selling out leading to great resale prices way below face value of the seats. According to Whiztix.com, their are cheap tickets to the Rockets vs. Mavericks game on 3-3-13 can be found for $ 6 dollars. This matchup is very important for the Mavs playoff hope. Another great deal can be found when the Jazz travel to American Airlines Center on March 24, 2013; tickets to this game can be found for $4 dollars. This too is a very important game for Mavs playoff hopes.
Dallas Mavericks Tickets are available for every home, and away game. Fans from all over the globe can see the Mavericks play and cheer their favorite team to victory. The Mavs have 41 exciting road games giving fans from across the US 41 different opportunities to see their team play at another arena besides American Airlines Center. Mavs fans from Atlanta can see their team play the Atlanta Hawks March 18, 2013 for only $3 dollars. The Mavs also play the Portland Trail Blazers on April 7, 2013 in Portland; tickets to this game going for only $8 dollars.
Other cities the Mavs will be visiting between February and April include Memphis, New York, Houston, Detroit, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, San Antonio, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Denver, Sacramento, Portland, and New Orleans. All these games should be exciting as the Mavs look to make a playoff run.