Dallas Mavericks 2014 Season Highlights

The Dallas Mavericks will embark upon the 2014-15 regular season with much of the same team from the year before. Fans will most likely be slightly dissatisfied with the roster construction as the team had the cap room to reel in one of the major stars that entered free agency this season. While LeBron James never seriously considered Dallas, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Bosh all had conversations with Mark Cuban and other team officials.

Dallas Mavericks 2014

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In the end, the big pick-up the Mavericks had was acquiring Chandler Parsons. The move was a big blow to his former team, the Houston Rockets, thereby helping the Mavs gain talent at the expense of a competitor. While Parsons may not be on the same level as Melo or Bosh, he’s a big addition to the squad and should help Dirk Nowitzki and others immensely.

As we get closer and closer to the 2014-15 regular season, now is a good time to take a look at the Dallas Mavericks schedule and preview some interesting games over the course of the year. Below is a breakdown of five intriguing games with data on Dallas Mavericks tickets.

Saturday, November 15th VS. Minnesota Timberwolves | Median Ticket Price: $211

The Minnesota Timberwolves will have a much different look this year as they recently dealt star Kevin Love to the Cleveland Cavaliers. In exchange, they received the first overall picks from the last two NBA drafts – Anthony Bennett and Andrew Wiggins – and once again the T-wolves have the look of a team in rebuild. This is the first game of the season that is taking place on a Saturday, most likely the reason for the median ticket price currently at $211.

Sunday, December 7th VS. Milwaukee Bucks | Median Ticket Price: $137

The Milwaukee Bucks will make one visit to Dallas this season, coming on Sunday December 7th. The Cowboys have a game at Chicago Thursday December 4th so the Mavericks will be the only Dallas team playing that day. Fans appear to be ready to see them on the court as the median ticket price is currently $137 for Mavericks tickets.

Friday, March 13th VS. Los Angeles Clippers | Median Ticket Price: $201

At $201, Mavericks vs. Clippers tickets have a median ticket price above $200 just like the Timberwolves game. With Chris Paul and Blake Griffin on the hardwood, the Clippers have a team talented enough to win the championship but have been unable to get past the semifinals the past few years. This is a Friday night game right before the All-Star break and certainly a potential playoffs matchup.

Thursday, April 2nd VS. Houston Rockets | Median Ticket Price: $167

The first home game of April for the Dallas Mavericks will be a visit from the Houston Rockets. Much like the Clippers, the Rockets have an incredibly talented roster, headlined by James Harden and Dwight Howard. This will be the fourth matchup between the two teams and the final opportunity for Chandler Parsons to make the Rockets regret letting him go.

Saturday, April 4th VS. Golden State Warriors | Median Ticket Price: $157

Just two days after the Rockets come to town, Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors will make a visit. With a median ticket price of just $157, this is one of the potential bargains of the 2014-15 season. Curry has been headlining the roster for Team USA as they seek to win the FIBA World Cup this summer. The Warriors were one of the few teams that had the players to put together an enticing package for Kevin Love, but ultimately stuck with Klay Thompson and others. We will shortly see if that decision works in their favor.