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In an effort to fight the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the NBA suspended its season. The current plan is to resume on July 31 in Orlando, FL. We’ll continue to update this page as more information is announced.
The Dallas Mavericks, one-time champions of the National Basketball Association (NBA), compete in the Western Conference Southwest Division. The franchise was founded in 1980 and is owned by entrepreneur and investor Mark Cuban.
The team had only one division title to its name until 2006 when it won its conference for the first time. In 2007 and 2010, two more division crowns followed, and the organization pocketed its first NBA Championship in 2011. Despite their relative lack of success, the Mavericks are one of the best-supported franchises in U.S. sports. Its home victory over the Sacramento Kings on Feb. 12, its final game before the All-Star break, saw the team break the NBA’s all-time record for consecutive sellouts.
Several Mavericks have made it into the NBA Hall of Fame, including basketball legends Dennis Rodman, who played for the team in 2000, Steve Nash, who was with the franchise from 1998 to 2004 and Jason Kidd, who was part of its NBA Championship-winning team.
The franchise’s current roster includes the NBA’s two tallest active players. Bojan Marjanović is the tallest player in the league at 7 feet, 4 inches. His teammate Kristaps Porzingis stands at 7 feet, 3 inches tall.
Sports fans can watch Dallas Mavericks match-ups on FOX Sports Southwest and FOX Sports GO. Several national networks will also carry select games. Various cable providers and streaming services provide access to NBA games and other sports throughout the year.
How to stream the Mavericks
|AT&T TV||AT&T TV NOW||fuboTV||Hulu + Live TV||Sling TV||YouTube TV|
|Monthly price||$54.99/mo. year one, $110/mo. year two||$65-$80||$54.99||$54.99||$30-$45||$49.99|
|FOX Sports Southwest||Choice plan||$80 plan||✘||✔||✘||✘|
How to watch the Mavericks on cable
Upcoming Dallas Mavericks schedule
Date; Time (All game times in CDT); Opponent; Location
March 1; 2:30 p.m.; Minnesota Timberwolves; Target Center, Minneapolis, MN
March 2; 7 p.m.; Chicago Bulls; United Center, Chicago, IL
March 4; 8:30 p.m.; New Orleans Pelicans; American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
March 6; 7:30 p.m.; Memphis Grizzlies; American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
March 8; 6 p.m.; Indiana Pacers; American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
March 10; 7 p.m.; San Antonio Spurs; AT&T Center, San Antonio, TX
March 11; 7:30 p.m. ET; Denver Nuggets; American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
March 14; 1 p.m.; Phoenix Suns; American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
March 16; 9:30 p.m.; Los Angeles Clippers; Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA
March 17; 9 p.m.; Sacramento Kings; Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, CA
March 19; 9 p.m.; Portland Trail Blazers; Moda Center, Portland, OR
March 21; 9 p.m.; Phoenix Suns; Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, AZ
March 23; 7:30 p.m.; Houston Rockets; American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
March 26; 7:30 p.m.; Utah Jazz; American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
March 29; 2 p.m.; Milwaukee Bucks; American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
April 1; 7 p.m.; Minnesota Timberwolves; Target Center, Minneapolis, MN
April 3; 7 p.m.; Memphis Grizzlies; FedExForum, Memphis, TN
April 5; 5 p.m.; Brooklyn Nets; Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
April 7; 7:30 p.m.; Houston Rockets; American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
April 11; 2 p.m.; Detroit Pistons; American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
April 13; 8 p.m.; Denver Nuggets; Pepsi Center, Denver, CO
April 15; 6:30 p.m.; Oklahoma City Thunder; American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
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