folks about the shortage of blog posts. Took a rest during August, but we’re
back and ready to get rolling for the 2010-11 season.
things first, the Mavericks are maximizing the drawing power of LeBron James
and the Miami Heat, as well as the Lakers and Kobe Bryant. To buy a single-game
ticket to see either the Heat or the Lakers, you’re going to have to pony
up for two more games. They are only being sold in three-game packages,
starting on Sept. 18.
for the Nov. 27 game against the Heat and the Jan. 19 and March 12 games
against the Lakers can only be purchased as part of a three-game package that
includes one of the premium games and two other regular season games. Details
are coming next week, the team said, and these tickets will only be available
at mavs.com or through the Mavericks’ sales office during business hours.
games went on sale today and are available at all the usual spots. The first of
four home preseason games is Oct. 5 against Washington.
Regular-season single-game tickets apart from the premium
games will go on sale Oct. 2 at 10 a.m. For the fourth season, the Mavericks
will also have more than 500 $2 tickets for most games.
Other promotions are available, too.
For more information, call 214-747-MAVS.