Mavericks Announce 2015-2016 Season Schedule

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  • For Immediate Release
  • August 12, 2015

DALLAS -- The Dallas Mavericks announced their 2015-2016 schedule today, tipping off their 36th season on a three-game road trip with Phoenix on Wednesday, October 28 followed by the Los Angeles Clippers (October 29) and the Los Angeles Lakers (November 1).

The Mavericks begin their 15th season at the American Airlines Center on Tuesday, November 3 against the Toronto Raptors at 7:30PM.

The Mavericks national TV schedule includes one game on TNT, six on ESPN and nine on NBATV.

TNT features Dallas early in the season as the Mavericks travel to face the L.A. Clippers on October 29. The six games ESPN carries include vs. the Los Angeles Clippers (November 11), vs. Atlanta (December 9), at Golden State (January 27), vs. San Antonio (February 5), at Portland (March 23 and vs. Houston (April 6).

Dallas also has nine televised games on NBATV. They are vs. Denver (November 28), at Portland (December 1), at New York (December 7), vs. Phoenix (December 14), at Toronto (December 22), at the Los Angeles Lakers (January 26), vs. Minnesota (February 28) vs. Memphis (April 8) and at the Los Angeles Clippers (April 10).

The remaining portion of the Mavericks' local television schedule for games on Fox Sports Southwest will be released at a later date. All games can be heard on ESPN 103.3 FM and KZMP 1540 AM ESPN Deportes.

January could be the Mavericks' most challenging month as they play a season-high 18 games, including five back-to-backs and one beginning on January 31 and ending on February 1. That month features 10 road games and eight home games. Some of those games include at Miami (January 1), at New Orleans (January 6), vs. Cleveland (January 12), at Chicago (January 15), at San Antonio (January 17), vs. Oklahoma City (January 22) and at Houston (January 24). November is the team's second busiest month as they play 16 games.

The longest homestand of the season is six games beginning on Sunday, February 21 and concluding Thursday, March 3. Some notable games during that stretch include Oklahoma City (February 24), Denver (February 26) and Sacramento (March 3).

The Mavericks have 17 back-to-backs this season, 14 of which come prior to the All-Star break. In total, eight back-to-backs are on the road, five begin at home and conclude on the road and four are road-to-home.

The reigning World Champion Golden State Warriors make two appearances at the American Airlines Center this season on December 30 and March 18.

Mavs individual tickets will go on sale at 6PM CT today and can be purchased through Full season, Half season and 10-game Mini Plans are available. In addition, 3-game Rivalry Packs will be on sale, which feature the hottest matchups at the best price. Quantities are limited, so order today!