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The Dallas Mavericks were founded in 1980 and were one of two expansion teams (Minneapolis) to join the NBA that year. The Mavericks would experience success early as they were a perennial playoff team throughout the 1980s.

The Mavericks have one of the strongest fan bases in the NBA. During the 2019-20 NBA season, Dallas broke Portland’s record for consecutive regular season sellouts. From 2001 to 2012, the Mavericks qualified for the postseason in every single season. They played in two NBA Finals, winning one.

Fans can watch the Mavericks in nationally televised games on ABC, ESPN, ESPN+, and TNT. Regional games are available on FOX Sports Southwest. The Mavericks complete schedule can be viewed via live stream using the FOX Sports GO app or by visiting


The Mavericks played in the old Reunion Arena from 1980 to 2001 before moving to their current home, the American Airlines Center, in 2001. The new arena seats 19,200 fans for Mavericks home games and has the ability to fit 21,146 with standing room.


Dallas has won three division titles (1987, 2007, and 2010). The Mavericks experienced success in the latter part of the 1980s and then again in the 2000s with the arrival of Dirk Nowitzki.

The franchise has won two conference titles (2006, 2011), ironically winning both without having won a division title. The Mavericks were the NBA champions in 2011.


Drafted by Milwaukee with the ninth overall pick in the 1998 NBA draft, Dirk Nowitzki ended up in Dallas as the result of a draft day trade. He would play his entire 21-year NBA career with the Mavericks. Nowitzki was a 14-time NBA All-Star and an All-NBA selection 12 times. He was the key reason for the rise of the Mavericks in the 2000s. Nowitzki led Dallas to the 2011 NBA championship and won the NBA Finals MVP. In 2007, Nowitzki joined the 50-40-90 club, averaged 24.6 points and 8.9 rebounds per game to win the league’s MVP award. He is the franchise’s all-time leading scorer with 31,560 points and is also the leader in rebounds with 11,489.

Rolando Blackman is second to Nowitzki on the scoring list (16,643) and was one of the keys to emergence of the Mavericks in the 1980s. In his 12 seasons with Dallas, Blackman was a four-time NBA All-Star. He finished his NBA career with an average of 18.0 points per game.

Mark Aguirre was the first overall pick in the 1981 NBA draft and was a teammate of Blackman’s. Aguirre played nine seasons with Dallas and is third on the all-time Mavericks’ scoring list with 13,930 points. Aguirre was a three-time NBA All-Star (1984, 1987, and 1988) all earned while in Dallas.

After being selected by Los Angeles Lakers in 1977, Brad Davis toiled in relative obscurity until being signed by Dallas in 1980. Davis would play 13 seasons with Dallas and when he retired; his number was retired by the franchise. He is seventh on the franchise scoring list with 7,623 points and second in assists with 4,524.