Los Angeles Lakers Dallas Tickets
The 2013-2014 season was a tough one for the Los Angeles Lakers. It was not easy to win games without Kobe Bryant in the team but the good news is that he is back for the 2014-2015 season. Currently, the Lakers are getting ready to hit the court for the regular season, which starts in October. The Dallas Mavericks will host the Lakers at the American Airlines Center where you can watch these two teams playing live, by getting Los Angeles Lakers Dallas tickets in advance. As always, there will be plenty of memorable moments during this exciting matchup, as the sixteen-time champions, the Lakers take on their host.
The Los Angeles Lakers will kick off their regular season with the first home game at the Staples Center. The team couldn’t make it to the playoffs in the last season which, we all know, is because of the absence of Kobe Bryant, the five-time NBA champion who’s back in this season. Led by Bryant, the Lakers are sure to make some noise wherever they go on their away games.
Since their establishment in 1947, the Lakers have gone on to become one of the famous and successful sports teams in the world. The team has an astounding sixteen national titles to their name, with the last one coming in 2010. The Lakers won their first Pacific division title in 1971 and has so far their total number of division titles stands at 23. The Phoenix Suns are second in terms of Pacific division titles, with only six titles. The team’s name also pops up when it comes to the conference titles. The team has won thirty one conference titles and holds the record for most appearances in the conference finals.
For the Lakers, the 2014-2015 season includes four games with the Dallas Mavericks, two home and two away. Los Angeles Lakers Dallas tickets are available for the first away game at the American Airlines Center. To watch the two teams play live, basketball fans from all over the city will be gathering at the venue. So, make sure you get your seats booked in advance to have the best view of the court.