Dallas Mavericks Boston Tickets
The Dallas Mavericks play in the Western Conference in the NBA, where they are members of the Southwest Division. The Mavericks were formed in 1980 and have accumulated quite a few titles since then. The franchise has a lot of assets and generates a large revenue from its home games. As a result they rank behind four teams in the list of NBA’s most valuable franchises, with a value exceeding six hundred and eighty million dollars. The team is known for the tremendous support they get from their home fans. Get Dallas Mavericks Boston tickets and watch the Mavericks at the Td Garden Fleet Center as they square off against the Boston Celtics.
The Dallas Mavericks are playing their thirty fourth season in the NBA. Lately they won the top most crown, the NBA Championship. During the course of their stay in the NBA, the Mavericks have won three division titles. The first title came in 1987, shortly after the team was formed, and the latter two titles came in 2007 and 2010.The Dallas Mavericks also have two conference titles to their name 2006 and 2011.
The 2011 campaign didn’t stop with the conference title; the Mavericks made it all the way to the NBA Finals. They had to fight the intimidating Miami Heat in the championship series, who were also responsible for stopping the Maverick’s bid for the title in 2006. The upbeat Mavericks defeated Miami Heat four games to two, to lift their first ever NBA Championship. Get Dallas Mavericks Boston tickets and watch the team live in action as they play in Boston. Boston, nicknamed the Beantown is the state capital and the largest city in Massachusetts. A large turnout can surely be expected when the Mavericks visit Boston.
The Dallas Mavericks stand out from the rest of the teams this season, with their strong offense. They might well be in place for breaking the league’s scoring efficiency record. This is mainly due to the formidable trio of Chandler Parsons, Dirk Nowitzki and Tyson Chandler. Their performance has led the team to ten wins in the first fifteen games.